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LIBRARY OF COINTORESS 

U , V. COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Musical. Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 14, PART 1 

FIRST HALF OF 1919 
Nos. 1-7 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1919 



1-498 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACTS OP CONGRESS OP MARCH 3, 1901, 
OP JUNE 20, 1906, AND OP MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 s 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING : 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1919 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 14 
JTo. 1 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1919 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions.— (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van); Haydn (Franz Josef); Mendelssohn- Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig 
Felix) ; Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) ; Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) ; Schu- 
bert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander). In case of all such 
works, however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title 
of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints.— As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

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EXPLANATIONS FOR USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class 
E, Musical compositions; "D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; 
"©," implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by 
date of publication; " © 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work 
followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manu- 
script copy, and "2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. 
In case of contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues 
containing such contributions is required. 

A list of the copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compo- 
sitions under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
of this issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions 
used or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serv- 
ing to reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 
(e) of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found just prior to the index. 

Each issue has an index to composers. The final number, completing the 
volume, will be followed by a full annual index to both composers and pro- 
prietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must be for the complete 
calendar year, is $1, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, 
Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1919. 

This notice includes any printed and published, copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Eegister of Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. G. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSI- 
CAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and 
Norfolk Island, Belgium, Cuba, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, 
Luxemburg, New Zealand, and Norway. The President signed proc- 
lamations to this effect on the following dates: Australia, and the 
territories of Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective Mar. 
15, 1918), Belgium (June 14, 1911), Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), France 
(May 24, 1918), Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 
1915), Italy (May 1, 1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911), New Zea- 
land (Feb. 9, 1917, effective Dec. 1, 1916), Norway (June 14, 1911). 
These proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright 
Entries, Part 3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages rv-v of no. 12 ; 
vol. 10, pages viii-xi of no. 3, and pages vm-ix of no. 4; vol. 12, pages 
v-ix of no. 3 ; and vol. 13, pages vi-xn of no. 5. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hun- 
gary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the conven- 
tion between the United States and Hungary, specifically provides 
that the general copyright protection secured by article 1 includes the 
copyright control of mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Den- 
mark (May 19, 1911), Mexico (May 8, 1911), the Netherlands (Mar. 
3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914, and 
is in effect as between the United States and the Dominican Republic, 
Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, and Ecuador. The Gov- 
ernments of Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Paraguay, and Salvador 
have announced through diplomatic channels their adhesion to this 
convention. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Aerial waltzes; patriotic waltz song 
and chorus, words and music by I. 
Doles [of U. S.] ; piano with text. 

[1 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439784 ; Isaac Doles, Indianapolis. 

Agitato; by Harry Norton, arr. by R. 
E. Hildreth [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to 
(Jacobs' incidental music, v. 1, no. 2) 

[2 
© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439491 ; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



■ (Jacobs' incidental music, v. 

1, no. 6) [3 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439495.; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Alabam ; words and music by P. Brad- 
ford [of U. S.] ; song and violin. [4 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; E 441019 ; Per- 
ry Bradford, New York. 

All for yotj; words by N. Collins, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [5 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439755; 

Norman Collins, Hamilton, Canada. 

All hail! the American mother; 
words by W. Guilfoyle, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [6 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441159 ; Wil- 
liam Guilfoyle, Hartland, Me. 

All Yankees in the good old U. S. A. ; 
words by S. Olmstead, music by Eu- 
gene Platzmann [of U. S.] New 
York, Song writers of America mag- 
azine co. (In Song writers of Ameri- 
ca magazine) [7 
© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439467; Seymour Olmstead, Al- 
bion, N. Y. 

Alsace-Lorraine ; paroles et musique 
de A. Bollaert [of France], ace. de 
Laura Sedgwick Collins. [8 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439718; Aristide Bollaert, New 
York. 



America answers the call; quick 
march, by Clay Smith, R. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee, arr. by J. Ord Hume, 
[of Great Britain] ; band. 4to. Lon- 
don, Boosey & co. (March journal, 
no. 335) [9 

© Nov. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435349; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright claimed on the 
arrangement] 

America awake; the Yankee march- 
song, words and music by G. C. Ba- 
ker [of U. S.] Santa Barbara, Cal., 
Liberty pub. co. [10 

© Dec. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1918 ; 
E 439816; George Clinton Baker, 
Santa Barbara, Cal. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter] 

America forever; words and melody 
by T. P. Greene [of U. S.] [11 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439813 ; Thomas 
P. Greene, Boston. 

America, I love thee ; words by S. S, 
Robinson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441150 ; S. S. 
Robinson, Honesdale, Pa. 

America, the world is proud of you ; 
words and music by Anita Stewart 
[of U. S.] New York, Leahy pub. co. 

[13 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439764 ; W. H. Leahy, New York. 

America, we live for thee ; words and 
music by S. W. Krebs [of U. S.] [14 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; E 439711 ; S. 
Walter Krebs, New York. 

America, we love you; words by I. J. 

Shelton, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [15 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439434 ; I. J, 

Shelton, Cleveland. 

American crusaders ; words and music 

by Frances Belohlavek [of U. S.] [16 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 439500 ; Frances-Clifford music co. r 

Chicago. 



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American eagle ; one step, by J. J. Ma- 
honey [of U. S.] ; piano. [17 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 439812; 
John J. Mahoney, Boston. 

American (An) girl for me; words 
and music by Renee Dietrich, arr. by 
F. Salabert [of France] [18 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435406; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

American (The) sailor; words and 
music by A. S. Josselyn [of U. S.] 
Providence, R. I., Alpha music co. 

[19 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439710; Arthur S. Josselyn, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

America's love song; to her boys, 
words and music by M. M. Price [of 
U. S.] Colorado Springs, Col., The 
Price shop. [20 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441034 ; Maude McFerran Price, 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

Among the roses. See Golden hours 
•of childhood. 

Anchor in Him ; words and music by 

J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] [21 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441013 ; Rob't H. Coleman, Dallas. 

Angel child ; lyric by Bud De Sylva, 
music by Louis Silvers [of U. S.] 

[22 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439589; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Angoissante (L') adventure; ouver- 
ture, de Gabriel-Marie, arr. par. 
Hans Ourdine [of France] ; orch. et 
piano conducteur. 4to. [23 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435393; Societe" Franchise d'edi- 
tions musicales T. et C, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Anthologie de la chanson populaire 
FRANgAisE, anglaise et russe ; avec 
une introduction, paroles et melo- 
dies transcrites par Maurice Bou- 
chor [of France], harmonisations 
par Jules de Brayer. Paris, Li- 
brairie Delagrave, 1917. 2 p. 1., 203, 
[1] p. 314 cm. [24 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Dec. 21, 1918 ; 
A — Foreign 15646; Librairie Dela- 
grave, Paris. 



Aquarelles, Idylle [et] Noels; par 
Niels W. Gade [of Sweden] op. 19, 
34 and 36; piano. Paris, A. Du- 
rand & fils. (Edition classique no. 
9603) [25 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435392 ; A. Durand et cie., Paris. 

Arensky (A) Six children's songs 
(Six enfantines) ; English words by 
Edith Clegg [of England], French 
version de G. Jean-Aubry [of Eng- 
land], musique de A. Arensky, op. 
59. 4to. Contents:— 1. The robin 
(Le pinson). — 2. A fable (Une fa- 
ble).— 3. The sad little bird (Le 
petit oiseau triste). — 4. The child 
and the butterfly (L'enfant et le 
papillon). — 5. Cradle song (Petite 
berceuse). — 6. Easter-day (Jour de 
Paques). [26 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435436 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
and French versions] 

Aviators (The) dream; waltz, by 
Wilda M. Barber [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[27 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439790; Wilda M. Barber, 
Riverside, Cal. 

Baby's prayer will soon be an- 
swered; words and music by Billy 
Baskette and Van and Schenck [of 
U. S.] [28 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439366; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Back to dear old Buffalo ; words and 
music by A. R. Tanner [of U. S.] 

[29 
© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439732; Archibald Reed Tanner, 
Buffalo. 

Banks (The) of Allan; arr. by Ce- 
cil J. Sharp [of England] ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set IX, no. 7) 

[30 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435443; Novello & co., ltd,, Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Be ye in love with April tide. See 
Little (Alia Pearl) Four songs. 

Beat the drum, here we come ; words 

by L. M. Cornell, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [31 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441148; 

Laura M. Cornell, Caseville, N. J. 



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no. 1, 1919 



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Beating heaet; polka mazurka, by C. 
Wo'ess [of U. S.] ; piano. [32 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439512; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Beauteous Wales (Cymru Lan) ; 
quick march, founded on Welsh mel- 
odies, arr. by J. Ord Hume [of 
Great Britain] ; band. 4to. (March 
journal, no. 336) [33 

© Oct. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435351; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Beautiful land ! my native land ; 
words by F. D. Lane, melody by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] [34 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439426; 
Frederic D. Lane, Ashburnham, 
Mass. 

Because my heart is youes ; words 
by E. Mangum, music by F. C. Col- 
linge [of U. S.] New York, Song 
writers of America magazine co. 
(In Song writers of America maga- 
zine) [35 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439463 ; Elmo Mangum, Leonard, 
Tex. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Sonatas; 
by L. van Beethoven ; violin part ed. 
by Leopold Auer [of Russia, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; piano part ed. 
by Rudolph Ganz [of Switzerland, 
domiciled at New York] (Music 
library, no. 789) [36 

© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. each Feb. 25, 
1918; E 439800; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 

Behold, I create new heavens ; words 
from Isaiah and Revelations, music 
by Cuthbert Harris [of Great 
Britain] ; mixed voices. (Octavo 
series, sacred, no. 1243) [37 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435435; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Beloved America ; great land of liberty 
thou art my home, words and music 
by B. M. B. Taylor [of U. S.] 
Philadelphia, Penna. music litho. co. 

[38 
© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Tan. 14, 
1919; E 439760; Bertha M. B. Tay- 
lor, Philadelphia. 



Beneath the big tree of California, 
I am waiting for you ; words and 
music by E. J. Pourmon [of U. S.] 
Newark, N. J., Pourmon, Pelosi and 
Speer. [39 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1918 ; 
E 439585; Elmer J. Pourmon, New- 
ark, N. J. 

Bethel star, guiding light of our 
pilgrim heritage ; words by F. D. 
Charles, music by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] ; words and melody. [40 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439624; 
Florence D. Charles, Radnor, O. 

Black Jack Pershing and our Yan- 
kee sons ; words by B. Capman, 
music by M. Capman [of U. S.] 

[41 

© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1918; E 439561; 

Bert and Milford Capman, Toledo, O. 

Bleeding hearts ; words and music by 
C. D. Stern [of U. S.], arr. by Her- 
man G. Volk and Henry Brinckmann. 

[42 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 

E 439808 ; Charles David Stern, Mt. 

Kisco, N. Y. [Copyright is claimed 

on first verse] 

Blood (The) washed host; words by 
W^arren Farson, music by Clinton B. 
Fisk [of U. S.] [43 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439573 ; Metropolitan church assn., 
Waukesha, Wis. 

Boy (The) scout; a marching song, 
words by Richard Ripple Weisenflue, 
music by F. Weisenflue [of U. S.] 
Scranton, Pa., National pub. co. [44 
© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439821 ; Florence Richmond Weis- 
enflue, Scranton, Pa. 

Brown eyes or blue ; words and music 
by F. Adams [of U. S.] [45 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441098; 
Frank Adams, Philadelphia. 

Bung your eyes ; arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp [of England] ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set IX, no. 4) [46 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435440 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Cairo, the moonlight and you ; words 
by Marcel Klauber, music by Sam 
Brown [of U. S.], arr. by J. Russel 
Robinson [of U. S.] [47 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439735; 
Samuel Fetbrandt, Bronx, N. Y. 



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Call (The) ; words and music by B. 

Nelson [of U. S.] New York, P. B. 

Story. [48 

© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 

E 439716 ; Betty Nelson, St. Paul. 

Call (The) of love; words by Alma 
Webster Powell, music by Cornelius 
Ryber [of U. S.], op. 24, no. 3; four- 
part chorus of mixed voices. (8vo. 
choruses, no. 6791) [49 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441216; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Camp Hancock ; march-two-step, by J. 

L. Sayre [of U. S.] ; piano. [50 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439787; J. Louis Sayre, Augusta, 

Ga. 

Can you eemembek sweetheart mine ; 

words by W. L. Lee, music by Thos. 

R. Sweatmore [of U. S.] [51 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439786 ; W. L. Lee, Petal, Miss. 

Cancelled ; words and music by J. P. 

Scholfield [of U. S.] [52 

© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441011 ; Robt. H. Coleman, Dallas. 

Carte (La) dtj front; paroles de Lu- 
cien Boyer et Jacques-Charles, mu- 
sique de L. Hillier [of France] 
Paris, L. Maillochon. [53 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435403 ; Louis Hillier, Paris. 

Celestial (The) city; a dream pic- 
ture, by Frank Adlam [of England] ; 
piano. [54 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435413 ; Nightingale & co., London. 

Cello (The) man; words and music 

by F. H. Robertson [of U. S.], arr. by 

Kathleen Hampton [of U. S.] [55 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439365; 

Francis H. Robertson, New York. 

Changing (The) scenes of nature 
and life; words by C. R. Osgood, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [56 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439751; 
Cynthia R. Osgood, Portland, Or. 

Chanson (La) des echos; melodie, 
paroles de Roland Gael, musique de 
P. Codini [of Italy] et Ch. H. Laur- 
ent [of France] [57 
© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435405 ; P. Codini, Paris. 



Charmian ; valse caprice, by Walter H. 

W T indus [of England] ; piano. [58 

© Dec. 17. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; 

E 435410 ; Nightingale & co., London. 

Cheer ! cheer ! cheer ; words by A. 

Harris, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [59 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441198 ; Anna 

Harris, New York. 

Cheery (A) smile is as good as a 
mile on the road to victory ; words 
and music by Anita Stewart [of U. 
S.], arr. by Dan J. Sullivan. New 
York, Leahy pub. co. [60 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439765; W. H. Leahy, New York. 

Child and the butterfly. See Aren- 
sky (A) Six children's songs. 

Children's songs ; by Emile Jaques- 
Dalcroze [of Switzerland] ; piano. 
(Album series, no. 64a, 64b) bk. 1. 
1. The reaper's dance. 2. Little 
brother and his sister. 3. Merry 
scouts' march. — bk. 2. 4. Playing at 
bricks. 5. In the greenwood. 6. 
Presentation of colours. [61, 62 

© Dec. 7, 1918; 1 c. each Jan. 3, 
1919; E 435383, 435384; Augener, 
ltd., London. 

Christ is risen, hallelujah ; words 
from St. Matthew and 1 Corinthians, 
music by J. Edgar Birch [of Can- 
ada] ; mixed voices. (Octavo series, 
sacred, no. 1263. [63 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435434; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Christmas eve in Dixie ; words by G. 
P. West, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [64 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439753; 
Gertrude P. West, Waycross, Ga. 

Cinderella's wedding; dance inter- 
mezzo, by Charles Ancliffe [of Great 
Britain] ; piano. [65 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 26, 1918 ; 
E 435432 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Colored ragtime; words by R. John- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [66 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441108; 
Robert Johnson, Cambridge Springs, 
Pa. 

Come back, General Pershing, we'll 
make you President; words and 
music by Dr. Smiles [pseud, of 
Nathan L. Teeple, of U. S.] [67 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 441206; Smiles cartoon service, 
Brooklyn. 



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Come, ye childeen ; anthem, words 
from Psalm 34, music by Gottfried 
H. Federlein [of U. S.] op. 37, no. 2 ; 
mixed voices a cappella. (Choral 
music, series 35, no. 1366) 4to. [68 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439720 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Conceeto in A minoe; by William 
Henry Reed [of Great Britain] ; vio- 
lin and piano. [69 
© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435381; Augener, ltd., London. 

Convebsation galante. See Regret 
[and] Conversation galante. 

Coen shuckin' song. See Negro folk- 
songs. 

Cott'n dance song. See Negro folk- 
songs. 

Cott'n-packin' song. See Negro folk- 
songs. 

Cott'n-pickin' song. See Negro folk- 
songs. 

Ceadle song. See Arensky (A.) Six 
children's songs. 

Da Piave nun se passa ; 'a cca, nun se 
passa, versi e musica di Giuseppe 
Ester [of Italy, domiciled at New- 
ark] ; [mandolin ace] 4to. [70 
© Dec. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 
E 439798 ; James B. Russo, Brooklyn. 

Daddy daeling heee's youe angel 
child ; words by Grant Clarke, mel- 
ody by Geo. W. Meyer [of U. S.] 

[71 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1918; E 439447; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Dainty dames ; gavotte, by Franz Kal- 

bert [of U. S.] op. 6, no. 3; piano. 

Boston, W. B. Hasey & co. [72 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441004 ; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Daektown blues ; words and music by 
W. H. Stocker [of U. S.] [73 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441191 ; Wm. 
H. Stocker, Wenatchee, Wash. 

De ol' aek's a-moveein' ; darkey song, 
words traditional, music arr. by 
David W. Guion [of U. S.] ; high, in 
F. [74 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1918 ; 
E 439474; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dear Ameeica; words by Jeanne Du 

Bosc, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

I of U. S.] [75 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439754; 

Eugenia Coleman, Mineola, Tex. 



Deae Old Gloey, the peide of land 
and sea; words by M. E. Ketzer, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[76 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439412 ; May 

E. Ketzer, Pt. Richmond, N. Y. 

Deae old woeld ; words and music by 

F. Barrow [of U. S.], arr. by John 
Chadwick [of U. S.] . [77 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439560; 
Frank Barrow, Philadelphia. 

Democeacy ; words and music by S. W. 
Wolfenstein [of U. S.], arr. by Sam- 
uel G. Kiesling [of U. S.] [78 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1918; E 441203; 
Saul W. Wolfenstein, Brooklyn. 

Desiee (The) ; trio, words by Katha- 
rine Tynan, music by Colin Taylor 
[of Great Britain] ; female voices. 
4to. (Curwen's edition no. 71525) 

[79 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435437; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Destinn polka; by C. Woess [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [80 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439511; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Dinnee (The) the Kaisee didn't 

get ; words by R. Kirk, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [81 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439752; 

Roger Kirk, Saginaw, Mich. 

Dixie land ; words and music by F. H. 
Robertson [of U. S.], arr. by Kath- 
leen Hampton [of U. S.] [82 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439364; 
Francis H. Robertson, New York. 

Dolce visione (A sweet vision) ; by 
E. F. Geoghegan [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[83 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 439820; 
Ed. F. Geoghegan, New York. 

Don't let him lingee when his leave 
is ovee ; A. W. O. L. song, words and 
music by Geo. M. Cohan [of U. S.] 
4to. [84 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1918 ; E 439443 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Don't speak to the man at the 
wheel; from Jolly Jack Tar, words 
by Jack Foley, music by Herman 
Darewski [of 'Great Britain] [85 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435421; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



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Don't you know the war is ovee ; 
words by R. L. Shorts, music by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] ; words and 
melody. [86 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439625; 
Robert Lee Shorts, Polk, Pa. 

Down in Louisiana ; words and music 
by R. Larsh [of U. S.] [87 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441026; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

Down the lane and home again ; 
words by Edgar Leslie and Bert 
Kalmar, music by M. K. Jerome [of 
U. S.] 4to. [88 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440994; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Deeam (A) ; words by W. Hayter, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [89 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441109; 

Wallace Hayter, Hilgard, Or. 

Deeam of delight; valse, by Horatio 
Nicholls, arr. by Shipley Douglas [of 
Great Britain] ; brass and reed band, 
parts. 4to. London, Boosey & co. 
(Brass band journal, no. 587) [90 
© Nov. 15, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435346; Lawrence Wright music 
pub. co., London. 

Deeam of home ; words by R. Hewitt, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[91 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439423; 
Robert Hewitt, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Deeams ; words and music by Al. 

Sweet [of U. S.] [92 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 439499; Frances Clifford music 

co., Chicago. 

Deeams at twilight; reverie, by Jo- 
hannes H. Ziegler [of U. S.] op. 
27, no. 2. 1. Transcribed for violin 
and piano by Gustave Bach.- — 2. 
Piano. [93, 94 

© Oct. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439776, 439777; Wm. A. 
Kaun music co., Milwaukee. 

Dying (The) soldiee ; words by L. B. 

Edwards, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [95 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439418; 

LeRoy B. Edwards, New Haven. 

Eastee-day. See Arensky (A). Six 
children's songs. 



Egyptland ; words by Bartley Costello, 
music by James W. Casey [of U. S.] 

[96 
© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439709 ; Echo music pub. co., New 
York. 

Enid ; waltz, by Mary Earl [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [97 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 439368; Shapiro, Bernstein & co.. 

inc., New York. 

Eueopean eoses ; polka mazurka, by 
C. Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [98 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439507; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Evening; part song, words from Mil- 
ton's Paradise lost, music by J. 
Bertram Fox [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. (Part-songs for wo- 
men's voices, second series, no. 
4595) [99 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439484; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Evening thoughts ; words by F. Lem- 

pens, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [100 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441193; 

Florence Lempens, Monroe, Wash. 

Evee teue to thee love ; words by T. 

B. Livingston, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [101 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441199 ; T. 

B. Livingston, Colon, Panama. 

Fable. See Arensky (A.) Six chil- 
dren's songs. 

Fighting (The) Teish 69th aee com- 
ing home to-day; a come-all-ye to 
the 69th New York regiment, words 
and music by W. Croxton [of U. S.] 

[102 

© Dec. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441005 ; Wolle Croxton, New York. 

Finland (A) love song; words by 
Thomas Moore, music by Anna 
Segal [of U. S.] 

[103 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441209; 
Hugo Segal, Detroit. 

Flag (The) of honoe; words by Mrs. 
F. R. Cole, music by Wm. Morris 
and E. Baumberger [of U. S.] 

[104 
© Dec. 16, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 20, 
191S ; E 439817 ; Mrs. Frank R. Cole, 
Detroit. 



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Flag (Tite) of liberty; words and 
music by J. A. Dimrnler [of U. S.], 
arr. by Horner Tourjee [of U. S.] 

[105 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439452; 
Julie A. Dimrnler, San Francisco. 

words and music by Kate Eliza- 
beth Howell [of U. S.] [106 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439614; 
Kate Elizabeth Howell, Pasadena, 
Cal. 

Flag (The) of my country; words 
by M. J. Gilbride, music by Chas. 
Corbeau [of U. S.] Scranton, Pa., 
Gilbride music co. [107 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1919 ; E 439582 ; Martin J. Gilbride, 
Scranton, Pa. 

Flags (The) of France; invocation, 
words by Grace Ellery Channing, 
music by James H. Rogers [of 
U. S.] ; high or medium voice. [108 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439472; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Fling the banner to the breeze; 
words by P. Kane, music by George 
Lowell Tracy [of U. S.] Boston, 
Acorn pub. co. [109 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 439326; Patrick Kane, Allston, 
Mass. 

■ Same. [110 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441018 ; Patrick Kane, Somerville, 
Mass. 

Flowers of love; waltz, by Josephine 
M. Curcio [of U. S.] ; piano. New 
York, Song writers of America 
magazine co. (In Song writers of 
American magazine) [111 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439468; Rocco Curcio, Richfield, 
Springs, N. Y. 

Fly safely home to me ; words and 
music by E. F. Sanborn [of U. S.] 

[112 
© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441213; Edith F. Sanborn, 
Montclair, N. J. 

Follia birichina ; galop, di Angelo 
Balladori [of Italy] ; pf. (Sorrisi, 
no. 5) [113 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435275; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



Footy agyen the wa' ; arr. by Cecil 
J. Sharp [of England] ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set IX, no. 
13) [114 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435449; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

For right and liberty; words and 
music by J. Elton [of U. S.] New 
York, Song writers of America mag- 
azine co. (In Song writers of Amer- 
ica magazine) [115 
© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439461; Jos. Elton, Pasadena. 

For the U. S. A. ; words and music 

by A. F. Dalrymple [of U. S.] [116 

© Dec. 31, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1919 ; E 439793 ; Anna F. Dalrymple, 

Trenton, N. J. 

For the women who have won ; 

words by C. Curtis, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [117 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439421; 

Chas. Curtis, Norfolk, Va. 

Forfaiture. See Gracey (M) Deux 
fantaisies cineniatographi<iues. 

Forget me not ; schottisch, by C. 
Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [118 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439505; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Forget me not says Uncle Sam ; 

words and music by W. Firth [of 

U. S.] [119 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441110; 

Wm. Firth, Montreal, Canada. 

Forgive me daddy I won't do it any- 
more; words by J. O. Cosby, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[120 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441192; 
John O. Cosby, Chicago. 

Forward America; words by P. A. 

Stone, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [121 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441100; 

Perley A. Stone, Boston. 

Forward to victory; words by Wm. 
T. Pettengill, music by Duke M. 
Farson, jr. [of U. S.] [122 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439570 ; Metropolitan church assn., 
Waukesha, Wis. 

Four leaf clover. See Little (Alia 
Pearl) Four songs. 



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Feeedom ; words by A. M. Gilligan, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[123 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439428; 
Anna M. Gilligan, Brockton, Mass. 

words by W. Handreck, music by 

Samuel H. Speck [of U. S.] New 
York, Song writers of America maga- 
zine co. (In Song writers of America 
magazine) [124 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439458: Walter Handreck, Madi- 
son, Wise. 

Feenchy-Koo; words by Billy Bas- 
kette, music by Maceo Pinkard [of 
U. S.] [125 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439771; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Fueioso ; by Harry Norton, arr. by R. 
E. Hildreth [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
(Jacobs' incidental music, v. 1, no. 
5) [126 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439494; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Gaily theough the woeld; march- 
rondo, by Carl Heins [of Germany] 
op. 8, rev. by Jean DeVold [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [127 

© Oct. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 439774 ; Wm. A. Kaun music 
co., Milwaukee. 

Gee, but it's good to be back, back to 
the U. S. A. ; words and music by 
Jesse Winne [of U. S.] [128 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441207; Winlee music co., 
New York. 

Gee! but it's gee at to be welcome; 
words and music by James E. Demp- 
sey [of U. S.] [129 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan, 14, 1919 ; 
E 439782; Emmett J.Welch, Phila- 
delphia. 

Gee ! I'd like to go home ; words by 
Julius Timer, music by James Hard- 
ing, arr. by F. Salabert [of France] 

[130 
© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435389; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Get out youe flags and youe ban- 
ners ; words and music by Lawrence 
Barclay [of Great Britain] [131 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435420; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



Getting the Kaiser's goat; a patri- 
otic marching song, words and music 
by H. L. B. Sheetz [of U. S.] [132 
© Dec. 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441023 ; Harry L. B. Sheetz, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Go MY BOY AND DO YOUE DUTY; WOl'dS 

and music by M. F. Payn [of U. S.], 
arr. by Paul Martin Paulsen [of 
Denmark, domiciled at Boston] 

[133 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1918; E 439558; 
Mary Francis Payn, Maiden, Mass. 

God be meeciful unto us (Deus mi- 
sereatur) ; music by Sumner Salter 
[of U. S.] ; male voices with organ 
ace. 4to. (Boosey & co.'s series, 
1281) [134 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 439662; Boosey & co., New 
York. 

God bless oue allied nations ; words 
and music by S. C. H. Hall [of IT. 
S.] [135 

© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1918; E 439728; 
Sarah Catharine Hill Hall, Park 
Ridge, N. J. 

God's land Amebic a; words by O. 

Baldwin, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [136 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439420; 

Oscar Baldwin, Keyport, N. J. 

Golden houes of childhood; four 
easy duets without octaves, by Jean 
De^Vold [of U. S.] ; piano. Con- 
tents : 1. Little home guards ; march. 
—2. Among the roses ; waltz. — 3. 
Merry games ; polka.— -4. Slumber 
song. [137 

© Oct. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439772; William A. Kaun music 
co., Milwaukee. 

Golden (A) stae; words and music 
by Lady M. Webster [of England, 
domiciled at San Francisco, Cal.] 
Chicago, Music exchange. [138 

© Oct. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1918 ; 
E 439733 ; Lady Mary Webster, San 
Francisco. 

Gone west ; words and music by L. P. 
Fournier [of U. S.] [139 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 439725; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Detroit. 

Good-bye, Eueope, we'ee going home; 
words by A. Stein, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [140 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441111 ; An- 
nie Stein, Georgetown, Minn. 



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Good-bye, France! hello, Miss Lib- 
erty: words and music by H. A. 
Rodeheaver [of U. S.] ' [141 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439469 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, Chi- 
cago. 

Good-bye, France, I'm going home; 
words by S. M. Williams, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [142 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441112 ; Sid- 
ney M. Williams. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Good-bye shot and shell; words by 
Lou Spero, music by Gerald Peck [of 
U. S.] [143 

© Jan. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439770; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

Good-bye-ee ; quick march, trio : Down 
where the Swanee River flows, arr. 
by J. Ord Hume [of Great Britain] ; 
band. 4to. London, Boosey & co. 
(March journal, no. 342) [144 

© Sept. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435352; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Good night, good night and joy be 
with you; arr. by Cecil J. Sharp [of 
England] ; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set IX, no. 9) [145 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435445 ; Novello & co. ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Goodby France ! hello Miss Liberty ; 
words and music by C. H. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] 4to. [146 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439470; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Gooseberry (The) blossoms; arr. by 
Cecil J. Sharp [of England] ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set IX, No. 6) 

[147 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435442 ; Novello & co. ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Gracey (M.) Deux fantasies cinemato- 
graphiques ; par M. Gracey [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. Contents : — 1. Les Vampires de 
New York.— 2. Forfaiture. [148 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435398 ; Smyth, Paris. 

■ Deux incidentales cinematographi- 

ques ; par M. Gracey [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. Con- 
tents: — 1. La Mort du traitre. — 2. 
Juste bonheur. [149 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435396 ; Smyth, Paris. 



Gramachree is a sup of good drink ; 
arr. by Cecil J. Sharp [of England] ; 
piano. (Country dance tunes, set 
IX, no. 8) [150 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435444 ; Novello & co. ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Grand and noble ; fox trot, by R. Wie- 
doeft [of U. S.] ; instrumental. [151 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; E 440989 ; Rudy 
Wiedoef t, New York. 

Great (The) redemption ; words by A. 

Chapin, music by D. C. Perry [of 

U. S.] [152 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; E 439795 ; A. 

Chapin, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Greatest miracle of all ; darkey song, 
words by Marie Wardall, music by 
David W. Guion [of U. S.] [153 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1918 ; 
E 439473; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Hall America ; words and music by J. 
H. Saunders [of U. S.], arr. by Lu- 
ther A. Clark [of U. S.] [154 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440999; 
John H. Saunders, Rockville, Conn. 

Hail the banner of democracy ; words 
by Geo. G. Grenier, music by Mary 
Bair Grenier [of U. S.] [155 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439672; 
George Garfield Grenier, Etters P. 
O., Pa. 

Happy and jolly; polka mazurka, by 
C. Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [156 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439514; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Hats off ! the flag ; words by Henry 

Holcomb Bennett, melody by Charles 

S. Burnham [of U. S.] [157 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439496; 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 

Hats off to Miss Liberty; words by 

L. W. French, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [158 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439411 ; L. 

W. French, Gaylord, Mich. 

He fought that all the world be 
free ; words by John Robertson ; mu- 
sic bv Ian Donnachaidh [of U. S.] 

[159 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439502 ; Frances Clifford music co. r 
Chicago. 



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He's back from o'er the fuf-fuf- 
foam ; words by V. E. Soderquist, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [160 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441155 ; V. E. 
Soderquist, Marshalltown, la. 

He's had no lovin' for a long, long 
time; words by Wm. Tracey, music 
by Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.] [161 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439498 ; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

Heart (The) of the sunset; words 
by Clyde Nathaniel Kramer, music 
by P. Hans Flath [of U. S.] [162 
© Nov. 20, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1919 ; E 439810 ; Knickerbocker mus- 
ic co., Dayton, O. 

Hello Broadway we've come back to 
you; words by A. L. Erzinger, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[163 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439416; 
Alice Lyle Erzinger, Fleischmans, 
N. Y. 

Hello Yanks ; words by V. E. Soder- 
quist, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [164 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441156; 
V. E. Soderquist, Marshalltown, la. 

Homecoming (The) of our heroes; 
inarch, by E. B. Bartz [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [165 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 439796; 
Ernest B. Bartz, New York. 

Honor (The) roll; words by O. L. 
Jones, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [166 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441104; 
Olive L. Jones, Waupun, Wis. 

Hooray, hooray, for Dixieland, and 
Yankee Doodle too ; words and 
music by M. B. Allyn [of U. S.] 
New York, Harding's music house. 

[167 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1919; E 439580; Minnie Battle 
Allyn, Sharon, Ga. 

Hope (A ), a wish, a prayer; words 
by Juretta V. Bamber, music by 
Helen Armstrong [of U. S.] [168 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441006; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 



How 'ya gonna keep 'em down on the 

FARM, AFTER THEY'VE SEEN PAREE ', 

words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe 
Young, music by Walter Donaldson 
[of U. S.] 4to [169 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440995; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Hullo girls ; dance from Hullo Amer- 
ica, by Herman Finck [of Great 
Britain] ; piano. [170 

© Dec. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1918 ; 
E 435433 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Hurrah for our boys ; words by I. 
Purdom, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [171 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439750; 
Irene Purdom, Murray, Ky. 

Hurrah ! hurrah, U. S. has led to 

VICTORY, THE WHOLE WORLD SHALL 

have liberty; words and music by 
Harry Blackstone [of U. S.], arr. 
by H. J. Schwartzenstein [of U. S.] 

[172 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439757; 
Harry J. Schwartzenstein, Chicago. 

Hurrah ! the war is over ; words by 

B. M. Jackson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [173 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441154; 

B. M. Jackson, Washington. 

Hurry ; by Harry Norton, arr. by R. 
E. Hildreth [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
(Jacobs' incidental music, v. 1, no. 
1) [174 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439490; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

I AM GOING TO FIND MY DADDY ; WOl'dS 

by V. L. Stamen, music by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] ; words and mel- 
ody. [175 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439620; 
Victorene L. Stamen, Des Moines, 
la. 

I believe I'm in love with you ; words 

and music by T. M. Bowers [of U. 

S.] [176 

© 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918; E 439801; 

Thos. M. Bowers, Chicago. 

I FOUND THE END OF THE RAINBOW *, 

words and music by John Mears, 
Harry Tierney and Joseph Mc- 
Carthy [of U. S.] [177 
© Dec. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439479; McCarthy & Fisher inc., 
New York. 



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I FOUND YOU AMONG THE KOSES J WOrdS 

and music by M. Panton [of U. S.] 
New York, Song writers of Ameri- 
ca magazine co. (In Song writers 
of America magazine) [178 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439465 ; M. Panton, Los Angeles. 

I'll be home with the regiment ; 
words and music by J. F. Langan 
[of U. S.] [179 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439538 ; James F. Langan, Scran- 
ton Pa. 

I'll come back to Ikeland, when 
Ireland is free; words by E. E. 
Robinson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [180 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441103; 
Ella E. Robinson, Stettler, Canada. 

I'll come back to you ; words and 
music by T. M. Griffin [of U. S.] 

[181 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439747; 
Thomas M. Griffin, Middletown, 
Conn. 

I'll let the future years be what 
they may; words by G. J. Orrall, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[182 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439427; 
Geo. J. Orrall, Swansea, Mass. 

I'll try to catch a colonel, when 

the boys come home ; words and 

music by M. Hartill [of U. S.] [183 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439758; 

Marie Hartill, New York. 

I love the heart of Dixie ; Dixie, I'm 
coming home, from Sinbad, words 
by Alfred Bryan, music by Al. Jol- 
son and Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[184 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439590; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

I'm going back home some day; 
words and music by Wilbur H. Vin- 
cent [of U. S.] [185 
© Dec. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441032; W. H. Vincent, Alexan- 
dria, La. 

I'm not going to bed to-night ; words 
and music by Dave Wallace [of 
England] [186 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1919; E 435527; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 



I shall meet you; the home-coming 
waltz, intro. God be with our boys 
tonight, by Wilfrid Sanderson, arr. 
by F. C. Collinge [of U. S.] ; or- 
chestra with piano ace. 4to. [187 
© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1919 ; E 439661 ; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

I will dwell in the house of the 
Lord ; anthem, words from Psalm 
23, music by Vernon Eville [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices with organ ace. 
4to. (Boosey & co.'s series, 1271) 

[188 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 439663; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

I WILL IF I LIKE AND I WON'T IF I 

don't; words and melody by A. 
Francis [of U. S.], arr. by William 
Conrad Polla [of U. S.] [189 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439565; 
Adeline Francis, New York. 

If; duett and dance, words and music 

by H. Z. Long [of U. S.] ; male and 

female voices. [190 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 439729; 

Howard Zell Long, Stevens, Pa. 

In army or in navy; words by A. 
Williamson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [191 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441113; 
Anna Williamson, Denver. 

In the firelight; words by Arnold 
Baxter, music by John Bridgeton 
[of Great Britain] [192 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435380; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
Blackpool, England. 

In the garden of love ; words by M. 

Gish, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [193 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441149; 

Mertin Gish, Newport News, Va. 

In the greenwood. See Children's 
songs. 

In the valley of the old Shenango ; 
words by Mrs. C. A. Williams, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[194 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 439744; 

Mrs. Chas. A. Williams, Apollo, Pa. 

Independence our country's dream ; 
or, The 4th of July, words and mu- 
sic by A. W. Van Dorston [of U. 
S.] 1. Hymn, short form. 2. An- 
them, short form, with cho. and pt. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 14 



Independence oue country's deeam — 
Continued. 

for violin and harp. 3. Song with 
piano sc. by Walter J. Goodell [of 
U. S.] [195-197 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439626- 
439628; Alvin Washington Van 
Dorston, Chicago. 

Irish jig; arr. by Cecil J. Sharp [of 
England] ; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set IX, no. 5) [198 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4. 1919 ; 
E 435441; Novello & CO., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

(Country dance tunes, set 

IX, no. 10) [199 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435446; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Irish reel; arr. by Cecil J. Sharp [of 
England] ; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set IX, no. 2) [200 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435438; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Irish tunes for Irish regiments; 60 
old Irish airs for marching, adapted 
by St. John Lacy [of Great Britain] ; 
war-pipes, or fifes, together with 
drums; score, bks. 1, 2. obi. 24mo. 

[201 

© Dec. 11, 1918; 1 c. each, Jan. 

2, 1919; E 435344; Boosey & co., 

London. [Copyright claimed on 

adaptation.] 

Iron (The) man; march, by Anson 
C. Jacobs [of U. S.] op. 33; piano. 

[202 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 439396; Jacobs music syndicate, 

Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Is your boy over there; words and 

music by K. E. Howell [of U. S.] 

[203 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439615; 
Kate Elizabeth Howell, Pasadena, 
Cal. 
It is over, over there ; words by W. G. 
Wynne, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [204 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441158 ; W. 
Graham Wynne, Richmond. 
It tickles me to tickle her so ; words 
by R. G. Curtis, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [205 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439742; 
Ruth G. Curtis, Washington. 



Jacob's incidental music ; for general 
use, by Harry Norton [of XL S.] f 
ed. by R. E. Hildreth; piano, v. 1. 
nos. 1-12, v. 2, nos. 13-24. [206, 207 
© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 
1919; E 439487, 439488; Walter 
Jacobs, Boston. 

Jazzi ; words by Clifford Grey ; music 

by Nat. D. Ayer [of U. S.] [208 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 

E 439586 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Jerusalem my home above ; words by 
Donald S. Lundin, music by Flora 
Lucas Palmer [of U. S.] [209 

© Aug. 8 .1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439568; Metropolitan church 
assn., Waukesha, Wis. 
Jewels; words by Lucile Watson, 
music by James H. Rogers [of U. S.] 

[210 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439471; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Joan of Arc; overture, by August 
Soderman, arr. by Gaston Borch [of 
U. S.] ; orchestra with piano con- 
ductor, parts. (Schirmer's miscel- 
lany, no. 103) [211 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441218; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Johnnie get your gun ; words by 

H. R. Kelsey, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [212 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439437; 

Henry R. Kelsey, San Francisco. 

Johnny McGill; arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp [of England] ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set IX, no. 3) 

[213 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435439; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Joy (The) bubble; aviator's song, 
words by E. M. Loomis, music by 
George A. Mortimer [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Pasadena] Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles music pub. co. 

[214 
© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441010; Eleanor Machin Loomis, 
Pasadena. 

Jubilation day; words by A. J. Mills, 
music by Bennett Scott [of Eng- 
land] (Star co.'s editions no. 486) 

[215 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435454; Star music pub. co., ltd., 
London. 



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233 



Just a little token ; words by Mrs. 
H. A. Farrar, music by Robert H. 
Brennen [of U. S.] New York, 
Harding's music house. [216 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439581; Mrs. Harry A. Farrar, 
Vergennes, Vt. 

Just a soldier's letter to the folks 
back home ; words by B. E. Hanson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [217 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439756; 
Bessie E. Hanson, Oil City, Pa. 

Just one for deary ; schottisch, by C. 
Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [218 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919: E 439506; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Just to beat old Mister Kaiser; 
words and music by L. E. Allen [of 
U. S.], arr. by Raymond A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [219 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 439815; 
Lillian E. Allen, Westville, Ind. 

Juste bonheur. See Gracey (M.) 
Deux incidentales cinematogra- 
phiques. 

Kaiser's (The) blues; words by R. G. 
Moffett, music by Sam H. Speck [of 
U. S.] New York, Song writers of 
America magazine co. (In Song 
writers of America magazine) 

[220 
© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439464; R. G. Moffett, Dallas. 

Karnaval de Venice ; intro : Thema 

and variations, by P. D. Brawdy [of 

U. S.] ; flute solo. [221 

© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1918; E 439802; 

Philip D. Brawdy, Augusta, Me. 

Katie, why don't you ; words by R. G. 

Curtis, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [222 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439743; 

Ruth G. Curtis, Washington. 

Keep the home guards training; 
words and music by I. F. Tunison 
[of U. S.] [223 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439557; Isaac Francis Tunison, 
Cincinnati. 

Keep the home push up for Persh- 
ing; words by Sidney D. Mitchell, 
music by Archie Gottler [of U. S.] ; 
male quartette. 4to. [224 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441059 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Killiecrankie ; arr. by Cecil J. Sharp 
[of England] ; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set IX, no. 15) [225 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435451 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Kind (The) daddy danced; polka, by 
C. Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [226 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; E 439509 ; Carl 
Woess, New York. 

King (Augusta J.) Two patriotic 
songs ; words by May Louise Pierce, 
music by A. J. King [of U. S.] Bos- 
ton, C. W. Thompson & co. Contents : 
Soldiers of America — We are com- 
ing. [227 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439325; Augusta J. King, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Kiss (The) that made me cry; words 
by Joe Burns and Arthur Fields, mu- 
sic by Archie Gottler [of U. S.] 4to. 

[228 

© Dec. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1918 ; 

E 439449 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Kristus ar vardig sangen ; ord av 
A. E. Elmquist, musik av O. W. 
Peterson [of U. S.] [229 

© Dec. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439497; Axel E. Elmquist, Crom- 
well, Conn. 

Laddie; a Scotch ballad, words and 
music by W. G. Butler [of U. S.] 

[230 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439788 ; Will George Butler, Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Land of happy dreams ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Norman Ken- 
nedy [of Great Britain] ; in A flat. 

[231 
© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435530; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Land (The) we love; words and mu- 
sic by C. J, Blackhurst [of U. S.] 

[232 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1918; E 439578; 
Clement J. Blackhurst, Roosevelt, 
Utah. 

'Lasses candy ; one step, melody by D. 
J. La Rocca [of U. S.], arr. by J. 
Russel Robinson [of U. S.] [233 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; E 439564 ; D. J. 
La Rocca, H. Ragas, L. Shields, E. 
Christian and A. Sbarabaro, New 
York. 



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Last little baby of mine ; words and 
music by L. P. Fournier [of U. S.] 

[234 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 439724; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Detroit. 

Legende ; by G. F. W. Bruhns [of U. S.] 
violin part rev. by August Wilhelmj 
[of Germany] ; violin with piano ace. 

[235 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 439549; 

Georg Friedrich Wiihelin Bruhns, 

New York. 

Let's have a quiet time to-night; 

words and music by Will Lambert 

[of England] [236 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 

E 435528 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Let the bells of freedom eing ; words 

by C. A. Kells, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [237 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439409 ; Chas. 

A. Kells, Hudson, N. Y. 

Liberty; words by I. H. Forsstrom, 

meiody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[238 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439433 ; Ida 
H. Forsstrom, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Liberty bells ; words by Mrs. N. S. 
Monroe, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [239 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439417; 
Mrs. N. S. Monroe, Arthur, 111. 
Life's stairs; words and music by G. 
C. Anderson [of U. S.] [240 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439438; 
George Clarence Anderson, Spring- 
field, 111. 
Like Kelly did; words by E. Moray, 
music by Antonio Galvan [of U. S.] 

[241 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439613 ; Edward Moray, New York. 
Little (Alla Pearl) Four songs; 
music by Alia Pearl Little [of U. S.] 
Contents: — Four leaf clover; words 
by Ella Higginson. — Wood-flower ; 
words by Richard Le Gallienne. — Be 
ye in love with April tide ; words by 
Clinton Scollard. — To a baby ; words 
by Frank W. Taylor, jr. [242 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439759; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc., 
New York. 
Little (The) Belgian children ; 
words and melody by Nell Marshall 
[of U. S.] (In Muskogee times- 
democrat, v. 24, no. 262, Nov. 4, 1918) 

[243 
© Nov. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 14, 1918 ; 
E 439584 ; Mrs. H. L. Marshall, Mus- 
kogee, Okl. 



Little brother and his sister. See 
Children's songs. 

Little (The) fisherman; four part 
chorus, words by Dana Burnet, music 
by Eastwood Lane, arr. by Deems 
Taylor [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
4to. ( Part-songs for women's voices, 
second series, no. 4597) [244 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439483; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Little home guards. See Golden 
hours of childhood. 

Little laddie with the colors ; words 
and music by E. D. Smith [of U. S.] 

[245 
© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441028; Eliza Doyle Smith, Chi- 
cago. 

Little (The) white boat; words by 
Mary Sanford Morison, music by 
Homer Samuels [of U. S.] ; no. 2 in 
E. [246 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439666; Boosey & co., New York. 

Littleton's song; words by Ed. Voll- 
mer, music by H. H. Swerdlow and 
J. Vollmer [of U. S.] ; melody for 1st 
violin with words. [247 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439669; 
Harry Harris Swerdlow and J. Voll- 
mer, Philadelphia. 

Lord, in this Thy mercy's day. See 
Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 

Lord of all being; by Theodore Sa- 
lome, arr. by Paul Ambrose [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Octavo 
series, no. 1233) [248 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439668: Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Lumber man's wedding landler ; by C. 
Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [249 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439513; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Ma potjpee cherie ; berceuse, de D. 
de Severac, arr. par. S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [250 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435401; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Madame, c'est voxjs ; melodie, paroles 

fie Roland Gael, musique de P. Codini 

[of Italy]. [251 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435409; P. Codini, Paris. 

Madelon (La) de la victoiee; paroles 
de Lucien Boyer, musique de Ch. 
Borel-Clerc [of France] ; piano et 
chant. [252 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435388 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Make home sweet home otje intee- 
national song ; words and music by 
S. N. Furgerson [of U. S.] New York, 
Song writers of America magazine 
co. (In Song writers of America 
magazine) [253 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439462; Susie Nelson Furgerson, 
Halifax, N. C. 

Mammy's li'l' man ; words and music 
by Gertrude Nichols Myers [of U. S.] 

[254 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 

E 439566 ; C. W. Myers, Portland, Or. 

Mammy's (A) lullaby at twilight; 
words by G. Craven, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [255 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441101; 
Gus Craven, U. S. S. Agamemnon, 
New York. 

March of victory; words and music 

by B. Nelson [of U. S.] New York, 

P. B. Story. [256 

© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 

E 439715 ; Betty Nelson, St. Paul. 

Maech on, march on, maech eight 
on to old Beelin ; words by A. M. 
Brown, music by Sidney M. Oscher 
[of U. S.] New York, Song writers 
of America magazine co. (In Song 
writers of America magazine) 

[257 
© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439456 ; A. M. Brown, Boston. 

Maeeaine et filleul; fantaisie, par 

M. Gracey [of France] ; petit orch. 

et piano conducteur. 4to. [258 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435395 ; Smyth, Paris. 

Martha deae ; words and music by E. 
B. Stuart [of U. S.] ; finale in D 
flat. Chicago, 111., The Order of sil- 
ver knights. • [259 
© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441031; Edward Bruce Stuart, 
Chicago. 



Maytime; words by Alma Webster 
Powell, music by Cornelius Ryber 
[of U. S.] op. 24, no. 1. ; four-part 
chorus of mixed voices. (8vo. 
choruses, no. 6789) [260 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441215; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Melancholy Maetin ; arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp [of England] ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set IX, no. 11) 

[261 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435447; Novello & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Memoeies of home; reverie, by Eliza- 
beth Strong [of U. S.] ; piano. [262 
© Aug. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439489; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

Mendelssohn-Baetholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Spring song; by Men- 
delssohn, arr. by A. Higgs [of U. 
S.] ; mandolin and guitar. 4to. (Ef- 
ficiency study course, pt. 3, 5) 

[263 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 27, 

1918; E 439727; Artemas Higgs, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Meery games. See Golden hours of 
childhood. 

Meeey scouts' maech. See Children's 

songs. 

Message of victoey ; words and music 
by William T. Pettengill [of U. S.] 

[264 
© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439572 ; Metropolitan church assn., 
Waukesha, Wis. 

MlA SPOSA SAEA LA MIA BANDIEEA ; par 

Augusto Rotoli, transcription de H. 
Mouton [of Italy] ; orchestre avec. 
piano conducteur et harmonium, 
parties. 4to. Collection orchestrina, 
no. 27) [265 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435386; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan, Italy. 

Mimi en maequise; de D. de Severac, 
arr. par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[266 
© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435400; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Miona; valse caprice, composed and 
arr. by C. C. Conrad [of U. S.] 

[267 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439674; 
Claud Clement Conrad, Terre Haute, 
Ind. 

Morpeth lasses ; arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp [of England] ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set IX, no. 12) 

[268 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435448 ; Novello & co. ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mort du traitre. See Gracey (M.) 
Deux incidentales cineinatograph- 
iques. 

Mother; dreaming of him over there, 
words and music by Sylvia Dunlavy 
Ramsey [of U. S.] Milwaukee, 
Wis., Wm. A. Kaun music co. [269 
© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439809; Sylvia Ramsey, Milwau- 
kee. 

Mother and daddy; polka mazurka, 
by C. Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[270 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439508; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Mother, here's your boy ; one-step, 
by Mitchell, Gottler and Morse [of 
U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz ; orch. 
4to. [271 

© Dec. 26, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1918 ; E 439450 ; Leo Feist inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Mother's (A) prayer at eventide, for 
her soldier boy ; words and music 
by E. D. Wilson [of U. S.] New 
York, Song writers of America maga- 
zine co. (In Song writers of Amer- 
ica magazine) [272 
© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439459; Emily D. Wilson, Phila- 
delphia. 

Mourning (The) dove; a bird song, 
words and music by Byron Reed [of 
U. S.] [273 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 441204 ; Byron William Reed, Bos- 
ton. 

My Barney lies over the ocean, just 
the way he lied to me ; words by 
Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, mu- 
sic by Bert Grant [of U. S.] [274 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440998; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 



My bird of Japan ; words by V. Sin- 
gleton, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [275 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441194; 
Virginia Singleton, Newport News, 
Va. 

My bonnie, bonnie Jean ; quick march, 
trio: Ev'ry laddie loves a lassie, by 
Harry Lauder, arr. by J. Ord Hume 
[of Great Britain] ; band. London, 
Boosey & co. 4to. (March journal, 
no. 334) [276 

© Nov. 15, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435348; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

My brown boy ; variations on the Hun- 
garian air, by Felix Swinstead [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [277 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435378 ; Anglo-French music co. 
ltd., London. 

My country or my boy; words by S. 
J. Dunbar, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [278 
© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1918; E 440285; 
Samuel J. Dunbar, Troy, N. Y. 
My desire ; words and music by J. P. 
Scholfield [of U. S.] [279 
© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441014 ; Rob't H. Coleman, Dallas. 
My flag; words and music by M. K. 
Andres [of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. 
Alford [of U. S.] [280 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 441024; 
Marie K. Andres, Chicago. 
My little girlie ; words and music by 
B. Waldman [of U. S.] [281 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439454 ; Bes- 
sie Waldman, Roxbury, Mass. 
My lovely dear; words and music by 
N. L. Suggs [of TJ. S.] New York, 
Song writers of America magazine 
co. (In Song writers of America 
magazine) [282 
© Dec. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919; 
E 439466 ; Neal Lincoln Suggs, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 
My native country, thee ; words by L. 
A. Beichner, music by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] ; words and melody. [283 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439618; 
Louise Anthony Beichner, New 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
My paradise lost ; lyrics and music by 
Frederic Joseph Roman [of U. S.] 

[284 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439576 ; Ami, Griffith & Roman co., 
West Haven, Conn, 



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My pketty poppy ; words and music by 
Robert Levenson and Jack Mendel- 
sohn [of U. S.] [285 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439441 ; Jack Mendelsohn music 
co., Boston. 

My shining star of night ; words and 
music by N. Bernard [of U. S.] 
New York, M. Greenwald. [286 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439766; Norrie Bernard, New 
York. 

Mysteeioso ; by Harry Norton, arr. by 
R. E. Hildreth [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
(Jacobs' incidental music, v. 1, no. 4) 

[287 
© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439493; Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Naughty, naughty, daddies ; Manhat- 
tan waltz, words by Llewella Pierce 
Churchill, music by E. R. R. Ort [of 
U. S.] [288 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; E 439575 ; E. 
Rose Reese Ort, Wilmington, Del. 

Navy (The) will being them back; 
one or two step, by Ira Schuster 
of U. S., arr. by Win. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [289 

© Dec. 23, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1918 ; E 439448 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Negro folk-songs ; work and play 
songs, recorded and transcribed by 
Natalie Curtis Burlin [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. (Hampton series, bk. 
3; 8vo choruses no. 6756) 4to. Con- 
tents : 1. Cott'n-pickin' song. — 2. 
Cott'n dance song. — 3. Cott'n-pack- 
in' song. — 4. Corn-shuckin' song. 

[290 
© Dec. 24, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439475; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

No care up yonder ; words and music 
by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] [291 

© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441016 ; Rob't H. Coleman, Dallas. 

No MATTER HOW YOU COME HOME ; 

words and music by L. P. Founder 
[of U. S.] [292 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 439723; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Detroit. 



No ONE EVER LOVED AS I LOVE YOU ; 

words and music by D. Gilchrist 
[of U. S.] New York, Song writers 
of America magazine co. (In Song 
writers of America magazine) 

[293 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439460; David Gilchrist, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Now ; words and music by M. M. Price 
[of U. S.] Colorado Springs, Col., 
The Price shop. [294 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441030; Maude McFerran Price, 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

Now Charlie, and Jamesie and Tom- 
mie and Jack; words by G. H. Mc- 
Farland, melody bv R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [295 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439415; 
G. H. McFarland, Elmsford, N. Y. 

O gladsome light; evening song, 
words by Henry W. Longfellow, mu- 
sic by L. M. Rile [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [296 

© Dec. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439789; Le Roy M. Rile, 
Germantown, Pa. 

O VICTORY BOYS WE WELCOME YOU J 

words by A. E. Runyan, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [297 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439424; 
Anna E. Runyan, Auburn, N. Y. 

OH, GREAT WAS THE BATTLE THEY 
FOUGHT OVER THEEE ; WOrdS by W. 

Tully, music by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] ; words and melody. [298 
© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1919; E 439623; 
Wm. Tully, Philadelphia. 

Oh Helen ; by Chas. R. McCarron 
and Carey Morgan [of U. S.] ; orch. 
in E flat. 4to. (Yocadance edition, 
no. 888) [299 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439767; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Oh how we love the Union ; words 
by M. A. Heene, melody by R. A. 
Brown [of U. S.] [300 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439425; 
Marguerite A. Heene, Leavenworth, 
Kan. 

Oh ! Mary Macfarlane ; words by A. J. 
Mills, music by Bennett Scott [of 
England] 301 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435455 ; Star music pub. co., ltd., 
London. . 



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Oh ! mother deae ; words and music by 
Albert Piatt [of U. S.] [302 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439783; Monitor music co., Sara- 
toga Springs, N. Y. 

Oh ! oh ! it's all over with the 
boches ; words and music by Albert 
Piatt [of U. S.] [303 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439785; Monitor music co., Sara- 
toga Springs, N. Y. 

Oh, speak gently when you meet 

her ; words by M. Grogan, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [304 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441201 ; M. 

Grogan, Savannah, Ga. 

Oh the Yanks will yank them with 
Yankee Doodle Do; the new patri- 
otic war song, words and melody 
H. M. Spickler [of U. S.], piano by 
J. G. Watson. [305 

© Nov. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 21, 1918 ; 
E 441008 ; Henry M. Spickler, Polo, 
111. 

Oh why are you a soldier ; words by 

L. Uhlen, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of TJ. S.] [306 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439414; 

Laura Uhlen, Hanska, Minn. 

Oh-h-h Yankee Doodle Dandy: 

words and music by M. M. Speik 

[of U. S.] [307 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 441009; 

M. Margaret Speik, Glendale, Gal. 

Old Bill Kaiser, the beast of Berlin ; 
words by R. Johnson, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [308 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441107 ; Rob- 
ert Johnson, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 

Old Glory; words and music by Ed- 
ward Callaway [of U. S.], arr. by 
Helen Hicks. [309 

©1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; E 441210 ; Ed- 
ward Callaway, Warren, O. 

words by J. Nisbet, music by Os- 
car Williams [of U. S.] Buffalo, 
Denton, Cottier and Daniels. [310 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439579; Jeanie Nisbet, Buffalo. 

or, The emblem of our nation, 

words and melody by C. Carlo w [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harold Oxley [of 
U. S.] [311 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; E 439806 ; 
Charles Carlow, Howard, R. I. 



Old Glory is my sweetheart; words 
by H. B. Flattery, music by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] ; w^ords and mel- 
ody. [312 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; E 439621 ; H. 
B. Flattery, New York. 
Old Glory, may you forever wave; 
words by H. N. Glenn, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [313 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439749; 
Harriet N. Glenn, Altoona, Pa. 
Old Glory, wave on, proudly on ; 
words and music by Lester P. His- 
cock[ofU. S.] [314 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; E 439670 ; L. 
P. Hiscock, Spencer, Mass. 
On the road to Calais ; from Sinbad, 
words by Alfred Bryan, music by Al. 
Jolson and Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[315 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439591; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

On the shore at Pelham Bay ; words 
by Avery Werner, music by Vernon 
Eville [of U. S.] ; no. 1 in E flat. 

[316 
© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439665 ; Boosey & co., New York. 
Once in a while; words by Sam M. 
Lewis and Joe Young, music by Ted 
Snyder [of U. S.] [317 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440997; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 
One day nearer home ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Kathleen 
Forbes [of England] ; in G. [318 

© Jan. 2, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; 
E 435529; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 
Only a violet ; words by Marie Seton, 
music by Montague F. Phillips [of 
Great Britain.] [319 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Jau. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435418 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 
Only you; words by E. K. R., music 
by E. Philip Taylor [of U. S.] ; no. 2 
in F. [320 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439664 ; Boosey & co., New York. 
Our America ; oh America we love you 
so, march and one step, duet, words 
by Laura L. Smith, music by John 
W. Keck [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. 
Drobegg [of U. S.] ; piano and song. 

[321 
© Oct. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439775; Wm. A. Kaun music co., 
Milwaukee. 



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Our boys ; words by R. Bird, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[322 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441160; 
Rosellette Bird, Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Our boys and our flag; words by P. 

Cook, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [323 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441152; 

Perna Cook, White Cloud, Mich. 

Our boys abe marching home ; words 
and music by J. H. Taylor [of TJ. S.], 
arr. by Arthur A. Penn [of U. S.] 

[324 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439543; 
John H. Taylor, Newark, N. J. 

Our flag; words by B. M. Carmina, 

music by Raymond A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [325 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 439478; 

Benjamin M. Carmina, Brooklyn. 

Our flag and the honor of the 

U. S. A. ; words and music by J. 

Neilan [of U. S.] [326 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 

E 439819 ; Jack Neilan, Cleveland. 

Our flag waves over German soil; 

words by M. Hartman, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [327 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439431; 

May Hartman, Newark, O. 

Our little Coney Island on the 
Rhine; words and melody by C. 
Carlow [of U. S.], arr. by Harold 
Oxley [of U. S.] [328 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439803; 
Charles Carlow, Howard, R. I. 

Our moon man ; words by G. C. Ander- 
son, music by Paul Pratt [of U. S.] 

[329 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439439; 
George Clarence Anderson, Spring- 
field, 111. 

Our noble Red cross nurse ; words by 
M. Grogan, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [330 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441106 ; M. 
Grogan, Savannah, Ga. 

Our service flag is no red rag; or, 
Will Bill get his, Bill will, words and 
music by Dr. Smiles [pseud, of Na- 
than L. Teeple, of U. S.] card Si 
by 4i inches. [331 

© Jan. 7, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919; 
E 409612 ; Smiles cartoon service, 
Brooklyn. 



Our Stars and Stripes, the Red, 
White and Blue; by A. W. Van 
Dorston [of U. S.] ; piano. [332 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439629; 
Alvin Washington Van Dorston, 
Chicago. 

Over there; fox trot, by George M. 
Cohan, arr. by H. M. Higgs [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. London, 
Chappell & co., ltd. [333 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan 4, 1919 ; 
E 435415; Wm. Jerome pub. Corp., 
New York. [Copyright claimed on 
arrangement] 

Pahjamah ; Oriental novelty, one 
step-intermezzo-fox trot, by S. R. 
Henry and D. Onivas [of U. S.] 1. 
Orch., arr. by D. Onivas. 4to. — 2. 
Piano. [334, 335 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. each Jan. 
14, 1919; E 439768, 439769; Jos. W. 
Stern & co., New York. 

Pale yellow rose; words by Marie 
Seton, music by Montague Phillips 
[of Great Britain] [336 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435416; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Palme immortelle; ouverture, par 
Gabriel-Marie, arr. par Hans Our- 
dine [of France] ; orch. et piano 
conducteur. 4to. [337 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435394; Societe frangaise d'edi- 
tions musicales T. et C, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Parlez vous francais, ye soldiers re- 
turning from outre mer ; words by 
J. W. O'Brien, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [338 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439430; 
James W. O'Brien, Bay City, Mich. 

Parting friends ; to meet beyond the 
breeze, words and music by M. 
Evans [of U. S.] [339 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441007; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Peace; words and music by M. M. 
Price [of U. S.] Colorado Springs, 
Col., The Price shop. [340 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441033; Maude McFerran Price, 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

Pershing patrol; by Herbert Phillips 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [341 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1919 ; E 439594 ; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 



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Pershing's crusaders ; patriotic song, 
words by Charlotte Higgins, music 
by V. Haskins [of U. S.], arr. by 
Hague Kinsey ; mixed voices. [342 
© Jan. 2, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1919 ; E 439807 ; Vera Haskins, Long 
Beach, Cal. 

Peter Gink ; one-step, by George L. 
Cobb [of U. S.] ; piano. [343 

© Aug. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439486; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

Phantom (The) drum; a legend of 
the revolution, a cantata, words by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by 
James P. Dunn [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Edition, no. 4475) 

[344 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439485; J. Fischer & bro.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Plaintive; by Harry Norton, arr. by 
R. E. Hildreth [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
(Jacobs' incidental music, v. 1, no. 
3) [345 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439492; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Playing at bricks. See Children's 
songs. 

Playmates march ; by Edward M. 

Read [of IT. S.] ; piano. [346 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

1919; E 439822; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Pledge (A) in honor of our flag; 

words by J. De Ruyter, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [347 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439432; 

J. De Ruyter, Aniwa, Wis. 

Poet and peasant; overture, by 
Suppe, arr. by J. Orel Hume [of 
Great Britain] ; brass and reed 
band, parts. 4to. (Brass and reed 
band journal, no. 580) [348 

© Oct. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435345; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Polka giocosa; by Salvatore Caputo 
[of U. S.], arr. by Joseph Gioe [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
mandoline [349 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919: E 441020; 
Nicolo Biondo, New York. 



Poppies of France; waltz, by M. A. 
Kierulff [of U. S.] ; piano. [350 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439811; 
Mary Alice Kierulff, Osceola, la. 

Presentation of colours. See Chil- 
dren's songs. 

President (The) the pride of our 

nation ; words by C. Curtis, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [351 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 439422; 

Chas. Curtis, Norfolk, Va. 

Pride in Old Glory; words by F. 

Wing, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [352 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439736; 

Fred Wing, Minneapolis. 

Priere d' amour ; valse chantee, paroles 

de Albert Schmit, musique de P. 

Codini [of Italy] [353 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435407 ; P. Codini, Paris. 

Quindicenne; polka, by Frank Lucan- 

ese [of U. S.] ; piano. [354 

© Jan. 2. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439779; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 

benville, O. 

Raise the colors high boys ; words 
and music by I. D. Clopton [of U. 
S.] New York, P. B. Story. [355 
© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439717 ; Ida Dean Clopton, Gaines- 
ville, Ga. 

Reaper's dance. See Children's songs. 

Regret [and] conversation galante ; 

by Richard H. Walthew [of Great 

Britain] ; clarinet and piano. [356 

© Dec. 9. 1918.; 1 c. Dec. 23, 1918 ; 

E .435430; Hawkes & son, London. 

Reine (La) s'ennuie; ouverture, par 

M. Gracey [of France] ; orch. et 

piano conducteur. 4to. [357 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435399;- Smyth, Paris. 

Richmond's piano instructor ; finger 
exercises, by S. and C. Richmond 
[of U. S.] 1. p. 6-9. 2. p. 10-13. 

[358, 359 

© p. 6-9, Nov. 17, 1918 ; p. 10-13, 

Nov. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 439562, 439563 ; Samuel and Clara 

Richmond, Oakland, Cal. 

Ring on ye bells of freedom ; words 

and music by G. W. Armstrong [of 

U. S.] ; words and melody. [360 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439616; G. 

W. Armstrong, Lisbon, O. 



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Rip Van Winkle slept with one eye 
open ; words by Alfred Bryan, music 
by Fred Fisher [of U. S.] [361 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439555; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 

Robin. See Arensky (A.) Six chil- 
dren's songs. 

Rosamtjnde. See Schubert (Franz 
Peter) 

Rosary (The) ; a prayer to Mary, 
words from Catholic news, music 
by Nellie Lahiff [of U. S.] 4to. 

[362 
© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1918 ; 
E 439676; Mary Ellen Lahiff, New 
York. 

Sad little bird. See Arensky (A.) 
Six children's songs. 

Sailing down moonlight bay ; words 

by B. V. Croxton, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [363 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441196; 

Bessie V. Croxton, Los Angeles. 

Sailor lad ; words by M. S. Reynolds, 
music by J. A. Dimmler [of U. S.], 
arr. by Homer Tourjee [of U. S.] 

[364 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439451; 
Julie A. Dimmler, San Francisco. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 
Lord, in this Thy mercy's day ; sa- 
cred song, words by I. Williams, 
music by C. Saint-Saens, adapted 
by Edward Shippen Barnes [of 
U. S.] ; high voice, with piano or 
organ ace. [365 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439476; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation] 

Victoire; paroles de Paul Four- 

nier, musique de C. Saint-Saens [of 
France] Paris, A. Durand et fils. 



© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435404; Durand et cie., Paris. 
Salve Regina (Hail holy Queen) ; 
[words of Roman Catholic prayer] 
music by Nellie Lahiff [of U. S.] 
4to. [367 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1918 ; 
E 439675; Mary Ellen Lahiff, New 
York. 
San Marino; grand valse brillante, 
par J. Masi [of Italy] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur, parties. 4to. 

[368 

© July 10, 1918; 1 c. Nov. 13, 
I91S : E 434713; Joseph Masi, Paris. 



Schubert (Franz Peter) Rosamunde ; 
three entr' actes, by Schubert, arr. 
by Dan Godfrey [of Great Britain] ; 
band parts with conductor part. 
(Chappell's army journal, no. 642) 

[369 
© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435419; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright . claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) 3 
romances; de R. Schumann, op. 28, 
rev. par Gabriel Faure [of France] ; 
piano. (Edition classique no. 9602) 

[370 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435391; A. Durand & cie., Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Service (The) flag; poem by William 
Henschell, music by M. Moore [of 
U. S.] ; high voice. New York, Luck- 
hardt & Belder. [371 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 439712; Maybelle Moore, Brook- 
lyn. 

Set of twelve quartettes for B flat 
brass instruments ; arr. by J. Ord 
Hume [of Great Britain] ; ad lib. 
E flat saxhorn pt. Six parts, obi. 
24mo. [372 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 433347; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Sevillan (A) festival; Spanish 
suite, by E. Tavan, arr. by Tom 
Clark [of U. S.] ; band. [373 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441219; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Silent (The) messenger; words and 
music by A. Walther [of U. S.] 
New York, Idealistic pub. co. [374 
© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439714; Adelaide Walther, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

Silent (The) river; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Stanton E. Stroud 
[of Great Britain] ; no. 1 in C. 

[375 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435379; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 

Blackpool, England. 

Since I lost the rose of my heart; 

words and music by J. A. Hurley 

[of U. S.], arr. by Jesse M. Winne 

[of U. S.] [376 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440991; 

Joseph A. Hurley, New York. 



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pt. in, el s., v. 14 



Slumber song. See Golden hours of 
Childhood. 

So let's all cheer old Bethlehem ; 
words and music by S. J. Levine [of 
U. S.], arr. by Chas. Corbeau [of 
U. S.] Bethlehem, Pa., S. J. Le- 
vine music co. (Cover title: Let's 
all cheer old Bethlehem) [377 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439780; S. J. Levine, Bethlehem, 
Pa. 

So long Bill, you've gone forever; 
words and music by W. J. Callahan 
[of U. S.], arr. by Eugene Platz- 
mann [of U. S.] [378 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440992; 
Walter Joseph Callahan, Altoona, 
Pa. 

So long, I've got to go 'long; hiking 

song, words by Bennett Chappie, 

music by I. Berge" [of U. S.] [379 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 441000; 

Irenee Berge, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Sogni di bimba (Baby's dream) ; ma- 
zurka, by Luigi Arleo and Umberto 
Boccia [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York], arr. by A. Arena; mandolin, 
guitar ace. 4to. [380 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1918 ; E 439577 ; Nicolo Biondo, New 
York. 

Sogno (Un) d'amore; valzer, by V. 

Roma [of U. S.] ; armonica. [381 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1919 ; E 439791 ; B. Quattrochiocche, 

Steubenville, O. 

Soldier boys ; unison and four-part 
chorus, words by Arthur Guiterman, 
music by J. A. Parks [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Secular series, 
no. 828) [382 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441021; J. A. Parks co., York, 
Neb. 

Soldier (A) boy's letter; words by 
P. L. Haims, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [383 
© Dec. 18, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1918; E 439503; Philip L. Haims, 
Cleveland. [Copyright is claimed on 
new matter] 

Soldiers of America. See King (Au- 
gusta J.) Two patriotic songs. 

Some night; waltz, words by Louis 
Weslyn, music by Neil Moret [of 
U. S.]. [384 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 439722; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
New York. 



Some time ; selection from Some time, 
by Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kie- 
fert [of U. S.] ; piano solo. [385 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441217; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Somebody's waiting for someone; 
words bv Andrew B. Sterling, music 
by Harry Yon Tilzer [of U. S.] 

[386 
© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439552 ; Harry Yon Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Sometimes think of me; words and 
music by George Walter Brown [of 
U. S.l [387 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439781; Emmett J. Welch, Phila- 
delphia. 

Somewhere ; words by Mrs. A. R. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [388 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441146; 
Mrs. A. R. Smith, Fresno, Cal. 

Somewhere theee's a sweetheart 

for you; words and music by R. 

Larsh [of IT. S.] [389 

© Jan. 3. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441027 ; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

Son (The) of the Puszta; Hunga- 
rian ; by Keler Bela, op. 134, no. 2, 
ed. by Karl Rissland [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. [390 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439440 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Sonatas. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van) 

Song (The) of desire; three part 
chorus, words by Frederick L. 
Knowles, music by Dorothy Her- 
bert, arr. by Deems Taylor [of U. 
S.] ; women's voices. 4to. (Part- 
songs for women's voices, second 
series, no. 4598) [391 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439481; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Song of the bied man ; words and mu- 
sic by Roselle McCloy [of U. S.] 

[392 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441214; 

Roselle Kempf McCloy, Indianapolis. 

Sons of the brave; words and music 
by H. H. Bickford [of U. S.], arr. 
bv George M. McKnight [of U. S.] 

[393 
© 1 c. Dec. 18, 1918; E 439799; 
Hiram H. Bickford, Elmira, N. Y. 



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410 



Soon we'll join the number; hymn, 
words by Charles Wesley, music by 
Duke M. Farson, jr. [of U. S.] 

[394 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439569 ; Metropolitan church assn., 
Waukesha, Wis. 

Souvenir de Sinaia ; les lautars, fan- 
taisie, par Maurice Gracey [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [395 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435397; Smyth, Paris. 

Soyez benis les morts ; poesie de 

Pierre Aubry, musique de Ch. H. 

Laurent [of France] [396 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435408; P. Codini, Paris. 

Spagoni's wedding jubilee; words by 
Joe McCarthy, music by Fred Fisher 
[of U. S.] [397 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439556; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 

Spain ; from Somebody's sweetheart,, 
words and music by Arthur Ham- 
inerstein and Herbert P. Stothart 
[of U. S.] [398 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439367; Shapiro, Bernstein & co. 
inc., New York. 

Spirit (The) of freedom; words by 
D. L. Hill, music by Henry Jacob- 
sen [of U. S.] ; piano with text. (In 
Rochester herald, Sept. 29, 1918) 

[399 

© Sept. 29, 1918; 1 c. Oct. % 

1918; E 439583; David Lew Hill 

and Henry Jacobsen, Rochester, 

N. Y. 

Spiritual songs ; fourteen short au- 
thems and introits, words Scriptural 
and from other sources, music by H. 
W. Davies [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices. London, J. Curwen & 
sons ltd. 4to. (Curwen's edition, 
no. 41075) [400 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1918 ; E 435387 ; H. Walford Davies, 
London. 

Spread the news of victory ; words 
by Win. T. Pettengill, music by Duke 
M. Farson, jr. [of U. S.] [401 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439571; Metropolitan church 
assn., Waukesha, Wis. 

Spring song. See Mendelssohn-Barth- 
oldy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 



Star (The) Spangled Banner and 
the U. S. A. ; community song, 
words and music by T. H. West [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harry O. Wheeler 
[of U. S.] [402 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 441205; 
Thomas H. West, Kansas City, Mo. 

Story (The) ; song without words, by 

E. Rhey Garrison [of U. S.] op. 2, 

no. 1 ; piano. [403 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441001 ; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Sunshine; words by Louis Weslyn 
and Byron Gay, music by Neil Moret 
[of U. S.] [404 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 439721; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
New York. 

Superdivine love; embrace me Venus, 
words by Benjamin M. Carmina, 
music by Paolo Asaro [of U. S.] 

[405 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 439477; 
Carmina & Asaro, Brooklyn. 

Sure we're going back to Ireland; 

words by B. Kelly, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [406 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439413; 

Bertha Kelly, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Sweet Salvation lassie may God 
bless you; words and music by A. 
V. Denison [of U. S.], arr. by Fred 
Albert Reynolds [of U. S.] [407 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440990; 
Agnes Veronica Denison, Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Take her out and air her; arr. by 
Cecil J. Sharp [of England] ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set IX, no. 
14) [408 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435450; Novello & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Take to the life-boat; words and 
music by Clinton B. Fisk [of U. S.] 

[409 
© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439574 ; Metropolitan church assn., 
Waukesha, Wis. 

Teach me how to fly ; words and 
music by Maurice Scott [of Eng- 
land] (Star co.'s editions, no. 485) 

[410 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435453; Star music pub. co., ltd., 
London. 



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411 



pt. iit, n. s., v. 1 1 



Tell the folks in Dixie I'll be back 
there some day ; lyric by Gus Kahn, 
music by Egbert Van Alstyne [of 
U. S.] [411 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439592 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

That jasbo jungle band; words and 

music by Harry Carlton and Jay 

Whidden [of England] [412 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 

E 435456; B. Feldman & co., London. 

That old fashioned mother of mine ; 

lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by 

Lee S. Roberts [of U. S.] [413 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 

E 439587; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

There is no death ; words by Florence 

Myles, music by E. Carr Hardy [of 

England] [414 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 

E 435412 ; Nightingale & co., London. 

There'll come a time; words and 

music by M. M. Price [of U. S.] 

Colorado Springs. Col., The Price 

shop. [415 

© Jan. 3. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441029; Maude McFarran Price, 

Colorado Springs, Col. 

words bv M. V. Tanner, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [416 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439410; 

M. V. Tanner, Milledgeville, Ga. 

There's a little town in Italy; 

polka, by C. Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[417 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439510; 
Carl Woess, New York. 
There's a new watch on the Rhine; 
words and music by J. B. Foster 
[of U. S.] New York, Luckhardt & 
Belder. [418 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439818; John B. Foster, 
New York. 
There's no place like home sweet 
home; words by H. R. Kelsey, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[419 

© 1 c. Jam 2. 1919; E 439436; 

Henry R. Kelsey, San Francisco. 

There's no use trying to tell me 

that you love me, 'cause i'm afraid 

it's too late now ; words and music 

by S. Morgan and J. Lande [of U. 

S.] [420 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 439794; 

Samuel Morgan and Jules Lande, 

Philadelphia. 



They can't take our flag away ; 
words by Sam Cella, music by Fred- 
erick G. Buhrer [of U. S.] ; words 
and melody. [421 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441211; 
Frederick G. Buhrer and Sam Cella, 
Woodhaven, N. Y. 

They're all after me; words by Ed- 
gar Bateman, music by Maurice 
Scott [of England] (Star co.'s ed- 
itions, no. 484) [422 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435452; Star music pub. co. ltd., 
London. 

Three cheers for the Red, White 
and Blue; words and melody by C. 
Carlo w [of U. S.], arr. by Harold 
Oxley [of U. S.] [423 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439805; 
Charles Carlow, Howard, R. I. 

Tic e tac ; words and music by L. 

Steffani [of U. S.] [424 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 441017; 

Leopoldina Steffani, San Francisco. 

To a baby. See Little (Alia Pearl) 
Four songs. 

To Anthea; who may command him 
anything, three part chorus, words 
by Herrick, music by J. L. Hatton, 
arr. by Deems Taylor [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Part-song 
for women's voices, second series, 
no. 4599) [425 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439482; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

To arms ; words by P. L. Haims, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[426 

© Dec. 18. 1918; 2 c. Dec. 21, 

1918; E 439504; Philip L. Haims, 

Cleveland. [Copyright is claimed 

on new matter] 

Torrent (Le) ; valse caprice, by Franz 
Kalbert [of U. S.] op. 51, no. 1; 
piano. Boston, W. B. Hasey & co. 

[427 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441003 ; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Trio ; by Charles Villiers Stanford [of 
Great Britain] op. 158 ; piano, vio- 
lin and violoncello : no. 3 in A. 

[428 

© Dec. 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435382; Augener, ltd., London. 



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445 



Triumph ; impromptu for the left 
hand, by Frank Adlam [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [429 
© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435411; Nightingale & co., Lon- 
don. 

Triumph (The) of freedom; march- 
ing song, words and music by C. B. 
Groves [of U. S.] Boston, C. W. 
Thompson & co. [430 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439324 ; Clara B. Groves, Hudson, 
Mass. 

'TWAS THE PRAY'R HE LEARNED AT 

mother's knee; words by L. H. 
Armor, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [431 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441102; 
Lenore H. Armor, Greenville, S. C. 

Twilight; reverie, by B. Keys [of U. 
S] ; piano. Mansfield, O., J. High 
Stauffer. [432 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919: E 439778; Blanche Keys, 
Mansfield, O. 

Uncle Sam ; words and music by M. 
K. Andres [of U. S., arr. by Harry 
L. Alford, of U. S.] [433 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 441025; 
Marie K. Andres, Chicago. 

Uncle Sammy's rag; or, Au revoir to 
William's flag, words by N. Hurst, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[434 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439435; 
Natalie Hurst. Jacksonville, Pla. 

Under the stars in France; words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Mar- 
garet Wakefield [of England] ; E 
flat. [435 

© Dec. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435414; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

U. S. blues ; words and music by J. 
Parker [of U. S.], arr. by D. G. 
Gallur [of U. S.] [436 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439453; 
John Parker, San Quentin, Cal. 

U. S. (The) volunteer; America's 
war heart song, words by W. R. 
Winans, music bv Alex. F. Reilly 
[of U. S.] 4to. [437 

© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Nov. 13, 
1918; E 439734; Wilson Ross Wi- 
nans, Hood River, Or. 



Vail (The) was rent in twain ; 
words and music by A. Bailey [of 
U. S.] [438 

© Dec. 5. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441015 ; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Vampires de New York. See Gracey 
(M.) Deux fantaisies cinemato- 
graphiques. 

Very (The) first studies for the 
young pianist; by C. F. Hartung, 
op. 19, rev. by Jean De Void [of U. 
S.] ; piano. Newly revised edition. 
Milwaukee, Wm. A. Kaun music co. 

[439 

© Oct. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 439773 ; Wm. A. Kaun, Mil- 
waukee. [Copyright is claimed on 
newly revised edition] 

Victoire. See Saint-Saens (Charles 
Camille) 

Victorious 2 6th Yankee division ; 
march, by Barrington Seargent [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [440 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439442; Jack Mendelsohn niusir 
co., Boston. 

Victor's return ; words by C. A. De 
Hindesone, music by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] ; words and melody. [441 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439619; 
Carlos A. De Hindesone, Boston. 

Victory; words by C. Davis, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [442 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439419; 
Chas. Davis, Bristol, Conn. 

words by M. Klingensmith, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[443 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441153; 
Mae Klingensmith, Brackenridge, 
Pa. 

Victory boys; words by A. O'Leary, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [444 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439737; 
Austin O'Leary, Omaha, Neb. 

Victory, victory ; words by C. B. Ter- 
williger, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [445 

© 1 c Jan. 2, 1919; E 439429; 
Carrie B. Terwilliger, Chatham, 
N. Y. 



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pt. in, n, s., v. 14 



Victory won ! The boys are coming 
home; words and music by W. B. 
Hartley [of England, domiciled at 
Watts, Cal.], arr. by Helen H. Chute. 
Los Angeles, Chas. W. Hatch music 
pub. co. [446 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1919 ; E 439726 ; William B. Hartley, 
Watts, Cal. 

Vieille (La) boite a musique ; de D. 
de Severac, arr. par. S. Chapelier 
[of France] ; orch. et piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [447 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435402; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Virginia ; polka, by B. Quattrociocche 

[of U. S.] ; armonica. [448 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439792; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 

benville, O. 

Wait; by Guy d'Hardelot, arr. by 
H. M. Higgs [of Great Britain] ; 
salon orch., parts, 4to. (Salon or- 
chestral journal, no. 28.) [449 
© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435417; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright claimed on the 
arrangement] 

Wait 'till ah put on my robe ; Negro 
spiritual, arr. by William Reddick 
[of U. S.] [450 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439673; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Wait till the great day comes, when 

THEY COME HOME AGAIN ; WOrdS by 

Edward Teschemacher and Sidney 
D. Mitchell, music by Ivor Novello 
[of Great Britain] New York, Leo 
Feist, inc. [451 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435385 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Waltz divine ; by A. Corotis [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [452 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439567; 
Abraham Corotis, Philadelphia. 

Wanted — A man to go round with ; 
words by Miriam Teichner, music by 
W. J. Pond [of U. S.] Mt Vernon, 
N. Y., Pease-Pond pub. co. [453 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439731; Walter J. Pond, New 
York. 

Way down in Georgia land; words 

and music by T. Helmick [of U. S.] 

Los Angeles, C. F. Loveland. [454 

© Dec. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439763 ; Tom Helmick, Venice, Cal. 



We are coming. See King (Augusta 
J.) Two patriotic songs. 

We are proud to be called Yankee; 

words by A. Kantorski, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [455 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; E 439738 ; A. 

Kantorski, Jersey City. 

We have answered to our country's 

call; words and music by N. Y. 

Jelley [of U. S.] [ [456 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441114; 

Nina Young Jelley, Lancaster, N. Y. 

We'll roll the old world along ; 

words by C. J. North, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [457 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439748; 

Chas. J. North, Buffalo. 

We our friendship will entwine; 

words by Mrs. C. A. Williams, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[45S 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439745; 

Mrs. Chas. A. Williams, Apollo, Pa. 

We're on our way to the U. S. A.; 

words by Otto J. Broones, melody by 

Otto and M. Broones [of U. S.] 

[459 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439814; 
Martin Broones, New York. 

We've all been calling on the Kai- 
ser ; words by A. A. Young, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [460 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441157; 
Allen A. Young, Gloversville, N. Y. 

We've been fighting for you; words 
by C. Stentiford, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [461 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441200; 
Crinnon Stentiford, Winnipeg, Can- 
ada. 

We've got a cook; words by L. E. 

Doub, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [462 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441195; 

Loyd E. Doub, Castle Rock, Minn. 

We will fight for freedom ; ' words 

and music by Lester P. Hiscock [of 

U. S.] [463 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; E 439671 ; L. 

P. Hiscock, Spencer, Mass. 

We won't come back until the vic- 
t'ry's won ; words and music by S. 
A. H. Baldwin [of U. S.] New York, 
Song writers of America magazine 
co. (In Song writers of America 
magazine) [464 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439455; Sarah A. Heacker Bald- 
win, San Francisco. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1919 



482 



Weep no moke, my honey; words by 

J. J. Lisoutskie, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [465 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439741; 

J. J. Lisoutskie, Scranton, Pa. 

What do you mean by loving some- 
body ELSE, WHEN YOTJB LOVE BELONGS 

to me ; words by Sidney D. Mitchell, 
melody by Archie Gottler [of U. S.] 

[466 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1918; E 439446; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

What is home without a child ; 
words bv Mrs. J. N. Lindelow, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[467 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441151; 
Mrs. J. N. Lindelow, Quinlan, Okl. 

When Bill tramped on Sammy's 
toes; words by T. H. Holcombe, 
music by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] ; 
words and melody. [468 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 439622; 
T. H. Holcombe, Moxahala, O. 

When Jesus leads ; words and music 
by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] [469 

© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441012; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

When oue fleet comes sailing home ; 
words by O. L. Jones, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [470 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441105; 
Olive L. Jones, Waupun, Wis. 

When the star of blue is changed to 
one of gold ; words by Mrs. S. H. 
Williams, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [471 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441147; 
Mrs. S. H. Williams, Ogden, Utah. 

When the Yanks come sailing 
homeward ; words by W. C. Dize, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [472 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441115; 
W. C. Dize, Crisfield, Md. 

When Yankee Doodle sails upon the 
good ship Home sweet home ; words 
by Addison Burkhardt, music by 
Fred Fisher [of U. S.] [473 

© Dec. 24. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919; 
E 439480; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 



When you're a long, long way from 
home ; quick march, by G. W. Meyer,, 
arr. by J. Ord Hume [of Great 
Britain] ; band. 4to. (March jour- 
nal, no. 332) London, Boosey & co. 

[474 

© Oct. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 435350; Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. [Copyright claimed on the 

arrangement.] 

When you're down in old New Haven 
town ; words by B. Joseph Orabona, 
music by R. J. Mazza [of U. S.] ; in 
G. New Haven, Liberty music pub. 
co. [475 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439761 ; Rocco Joseph Mazza, New 
Haven. 

When your pal's away; words and 
music by Leavenworth Macnab [of 
U. S.] [476 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439501; Frances Clifford music 
co., Chicago. 

Where's my daddy now; words by I. 
S. Green, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [477 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441197 ; Ida 
S. Green, Townsend, Mont. 

Will Ireland be free; words by J. 

Griffin, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [478 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439739; 

Julia Griffin, New York. 

Will my soldier boy come back to 

me ; words and music by B. V. Crox- 

ton [of U. S.] [479 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441202; 

Bessie V. Croxton, Los Angeles. 

Winds (The) of God; words and 
music by N. O. Lincoln [of U. S.] 

[480 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441212; 
Nellie Olmsted Lincoln, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Wise Uncle Sam ; words by F. Alley, 
music by James M. Bisset [of U. S.] 
New York, Song writers of America 
magazine co. (In Song writers of 
America magazine) [481 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439457; Frances Alley, Chaffee, 
Mo. 

With the soldiers of the U. S. A. ; 
words and melody by C. Carlow [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harold Oxley [of 
U. S.] [482 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439804* 
Charles Carlow, Howard, R. I. 



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483 



CATALOGUE OF COPY1UGHT ENTRIES 

pt. in, n. 



., v. 14, no. 1, 1919 



Won't you Come along and baby me ; 
from I'm so happy, words by Arthur 
J. Lamb, music by Frederick V. Bow- 
ers [of U. S.] [483 
© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 439667; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Wood-flower. See Little (Alia Pearl) 
Four songs. 

Woodland nymphs ; mazurka, by 
Franz Kalbert [of U. S.] op. 51, no. 
2 ; piano. Boston, W. B. Hasey & co. 

[484 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441002; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Yankee land, my native land ; words 

by J. J. Lisoutskie, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [485 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; E 439740 ; J. 

J. Lisoutskie, Scranton, Pa. 

You can't take my dreams ; words and 

music by T. Helmick [of U. S.] Los 

Angeles, C. F. Loveland. [486 

© Dec. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439762 ; Tom Helmick, Venice, Cal. 

You'd better get a girl before the 
boys come home or you'll never get 
a girl at all; words by Cliff Hess 
and Sidney D. Mitchell, music by 
Joseph H. Santly [of U. S.] 4to. 

[487 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1918 ; 

E 439444 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

You don't know ; lyric by J. Will Cal- 
lahan, music by Lee S. Roberts [of 
U. S.] [488 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439593 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

YOU HAA^E ME AND I HAVE YOU ; WOrdS 

by Malcolm Douglas, music by W. J. 
Pond [of U. S.] Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 
Pease-Pond pub. co. [489 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 439730; Walter T. Pond, New 
York. 

YOU MAY BE A HANDSOME BEAVER ; WOrdS 

by W. Mayer, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [490 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 439746; 
Walter Mayer, Chicago. 



You're so beautiful ; from The canary, 

words and music by I. Berlin [of 

U. S.] [491 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 440996 ; Irving Berlin, New York. 

You're still an old sweetheart of 
mine ; lyric by Raymond B. Egan, 
music by Richard A. Whiting [of 
U. S.] [492 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 439588 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

YOU SURELY HAVE ME HYPNOTIZED; 

words by Mrs. G. R. Hunt, music by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] ; words and 
melody. [493 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; E 439617 ; Mr«. 
G. R. Hunt, Appleton City, Mo. 

You won't find it easy, to find any- 
one WHO'LL DO WHAT I WOULD DO FOR 

you; words and melody by R. R. 
Hanch [of U. S.] [494 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440993; 
Richard R. Hanch, St. Paul. 

Your boy is on the coal pile now; 

words and music by Sam Ward [of 

U. S.] 4to. [495 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1918 ; 

E 439445 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Zig-zag (Le) ; ou, Je suis zig-zag, pa- 
roles de Briollet and Dalbret, mu- 
sique de P. Dalbret [of France] ; 
piano et chant. [496 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435390 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

1st Central Ontario regiment 
march; by F. P. Clements [of Can- 
ada] ; band parts. 4to. [Toronto, 
Whaley, Royce & co., ltd.] [497 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 435343 ; F. P. Clements, Toronto. 

3 romances. See Schumann (Robert 
Alexander ) 

1918 (The) peace march; by E. B. 
Bartz [of U. S.] ; piano. [498 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 439797; 
Ernest B. Bartz, New York. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1919 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 52 unpublished)— 00 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 195 unpublished) 498 

Total 498 



28 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [498 



Abide with me; sacred solo for bass 
voice ; by E. L. Ashford. [1 

© E. L. Ashford, Nashville, Term., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 13098, Jan. 4, 
1919. Original entry, Feb. 20, 1891, 
no. 6883. 
Angel throng; words by E. R. Latta, 
music by James R. Murray. [2 
© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13093, 
Jan 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 
12, 1891, no. 5966. 
Angels (The) song; by Robert 
Lowry. (3 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J. as widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 13048, Jan. 3, 1919. Renewal en- 
try, June 16, 1905, no. C 96957. 
Bear the cross for Jesus ; words by 
Annie S. Hawks, music by Robert 
Lowry- [4 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field ,N. J., as widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 13039, Jan. 3, 1919. Renewal 
entry, Feb. 2, 1905, no. C 87859. 
Beautiful land on high ; by C. A, 
Havens. [5 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 13104, Jan. 4, 1919. 
Renewal entry, Jan. 27, 1905, no. 
C 87940. 
Beloved heart goodbye; words by 
Will Allen Dromgoole, music by 
E. L. Ashford. [6 

© E. L. Ashford, Nashville, 
Tenn., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 13087, Jan. 
4, 1919. Original entry, Jan. 23, 
1891, no. 3564. 
Bright Easter dawning; words by 
Martha C. Oliver, music by James 
R. Murray. [7 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author," in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13090, 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 
5; 1891, no. 5154. 



Carefully, tearfully ; by P. P. Bliss. 

[8 
© G. G. Bliss, Providence, R. I., 
and P. P. Bliss, Cincinnati, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
13102, Jan. 4, 1919. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 27, 1905, no. C 87934. 

Carol, carol Christians, carol joy- 
fully ; by Mrs. W. S. McCowan. [9 

© Mrs. W. S. McCowan, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 13109, Jan. 6, 1919. 
Original entry, Nov. 25, 1891; no. 
42263. 

Come we who love the Lord; words 
by Watts, music by Geo. F. Root; 
men's voices. [10 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13127, Jan 4, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan 9, 1891, no. 1565. 

Coming of the lord ; by James R. Mur- 
ray. [11 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13095, 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 
12, 1891, no. 5968. 

Easter bells ; words by Mrs. M. A. 
Whitaker, music by Geo. F. Root. 

[12 
© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13125, Jan. 4, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Feb. 5, 1891, no. 5149. 

For a dream sake ; albumleaf , song, by 
H. Loge. [13 

© Henry Loge, c/o Edward Schu- 
berth & co., New York, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 13108, Jan. 6, 1919. Original 
entry, Nov. 18, 1891, no. 41323.. 



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498 (14) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Glad (The) forever; words by W. O. 
Cushing, music by Robert Lowry. 

[14 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 13045, Jan. 3, 1919. Re- 
newal entry, Apr. 6, 1905, no. C 
92092. 

God is love ; by P. P. Bliss. [15 

© G. G. Bliss, Providence, R. I., 
and P. P. Bliss, Cincinnati, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
13100, Jan. 4, 1919. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 27, 1905, no. C 87930. 

Grotesque dance; by Hubbard Wil- 
liam Harris; piano. [16 
© Mrs. Hubbard W. Harris, Wil- 
mette, 111., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13120, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 10, 1891, no. 44979. 

Hail holy dawning ; words by Bur- 
ritt Hamilton, music by Geo. F. Root. 

[17 
© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13126, Jan. 4, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Feb. 5, 1891, no. 5145. 

Hail, thou happy morn ; anthem, by 
C. A. Havens. [18 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 13112, Jan. 6, 1919. Or- 
iginal entry, Mar. 10, 1891, no. 9157. 

Hallelujah, who shall part ; words 
by Win. Dickinson, music by Robert 
Lowry. [19 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain - 
field, N. J., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 13043, Jan. 3, 1919. Re- 
newal entry, Feb. 10, 1905, no. 88348. 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Sonata no. 1 in 
G major; English tr. by P. Goet- 
schius, music by J. Haydn ; piano. 

[20 
© Percy Goetschius, c/o Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13105, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 11, 1891, no. 40503. 

He knows ; by P. P. Bliss. [21 

© G. G. Bliss, Providence, R. I., 
and P. P. Bliss, Cincinnati, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
13099, Jan. 4, 1919. Renewal entry. 
Jan. 27, 1905, no. C 87929. 



Hem ( The ) of His garment ; by Rob- 
ert Lowry. [22 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 13041, Jan. 3, 1919. Re- 
newal entry, Feb. 2, 1905, no. C 

. 87864. 

I want no crown, my Saviour ; by 
James R. Murray. [23 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13094 r 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 
12, 1891, no. 5967. 

In the blessed fold of Jesus ; words 
of Mrs. R. N. Turner, music by 
James R. Murray. [24 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13092, 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 12, 
1891, no. 5965. 

Invention ; by Hubbard William Har- 
ris ; piano. [25 
© Mrs. Hubbard W. Harris, Wil- 
mette, 111., as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13118, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 10, 1891, no. 44977. 

Jerusalem the golden ; anthem, by C. 
A. Havens. [26 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13117, Jan. 6. 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 28, 1891, no. 34597. 

Love shall guide thee ; duett, by 
Charles A. White; sop. and alto, or 
ten. and alto. [27 

© Daniel L. White, Boston, as 
child of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
13122, Jan. 2, 1919. Renewal entry, 
Nov. 25, 1904, no. C 82966. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Sonata 
no. 2 in G major; English tr. by P. 
Goetschius, music by Mozart; piano. 

[28 
© Percy Goetschius, c/o Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13106, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 11, 1891, no. 40504. 

Sonata no. 3 in C major ; English 

tr. by P. Goetschius, music by Mo- 
zart; piano. [29 
© Percy Goetschius, c/o Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13107, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 11, 1891, no. 40505. 



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no. 1, 1919 



498 (44) 



Must Jesus beak the cross alone; 
anthem, by C. A. Havens. [30 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no 13116, Jan. 6, 1919. 
Original entry Sept. 28, 1891, no. 
34596. 

My heavenly home ; anthem by C. A. 
Havens, op. 91. [31 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13115, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, June 13, 1891, no. 21747. 

My soul will overcome; by Robert 
Lowry. [32 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 13042, Jan. 3, 1919. Re- 
newal entry, Feb. 2, 1905, no. C 
87805. 

INo hope in Jesus? words by W. O. 
dishing, music by Robert Lowry. 

[33 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 13044, Jan. 3, 1919. Re- 
newal entry, Apr. 6, 1905, no. C 
.92086. 

O helping hands of Jesus ; words by 
Lansing Burrows, music by James 
R. Murray. [34 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13096, 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 
12, 1891, no. 5969. 

Old (The) village school in the 
lane; words and music by H. S. 
Miller. [35 

© Harry S. Miller, Brooklyn, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 13142, Jan. 8, 1919. 
Original entry, Jan. 12, 1891, no. 
1914. 

On the wild rose tree; words by R. 
W. Gilder, melody by Augusto Ro- 
toli ; voice and piano. [36 

© Marta Rotoli, Boston, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13143, 
Jan. 9, 1919. Original entry, Dec. 
29, 1891, no. 47928. 

Romanze; by O. Langey; flute and 
French horn, with orchestra. [37 
© Otto Langey, New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13133, Jan. 8, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Mar. 2, 1891, no. 7994. 



Shall I let Him in ; by H. R. Palmer. 

[38 

© Stephen Holden, Mt. Vernon, 

N. Y., as executor, in extension for 

14 years. Renewal no. 13103, Jan. 

4, 1919. Renewal entry, Jan. 27, 
1905, no. C 87939. 

Sing birds and brooks and blossoms ; 
words by Serena Snow, music by 
Geo. F. Root. [39 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased 
author, in reuewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13124, Jan. 4, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Feb. 27, 1891, no. 7671. 

Sing praises ; words by Mrs. R. N. 
Turner, music by James R. Murray. 

[40 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 

the widow of the author, in renewal 

for 28 years. Renewal no. 13088, 

Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 

5, 1891, no. 5148. 

Sonata no. i in G major. See Haydn 
(Franz Josef) 

Sonata no. 2 in G major. See Mozart 
(Wolfgang Amadeus) 

Sonata no. 3 in C major. See Mozart 
(Wolfgang Amadeus) 

Song pictures ; poem by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, music by E. Smith. [41 
© Eleanor Smith, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13121, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 18, 1891, no. 46302. 

Song without words ; by Hubbard 
William Harris; piano. [42 

© Mrs. Hubbard W. Harris, Wil- 
mette, 111., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13119, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 10, 1891, no. 44978. 

Te Deum laudamus ; by John A. 
West; in D. [43 

© Joseph M. West, West Chicago, 
111., as the child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 13114, Jan. 6, 1919. Orig- 
inal entry, May 18, 1891, no. 18349. 

There'll be joy by and by ; words by 
Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth, music by Rob- 
ert Lowry. [44 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 1.3040, Jan. 3, 1919. Re- 
newal entry, Feb. 2, 1905, no. C 
87863. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 

pt. in, n. s., v. 14, no. 1, 1919 



To woo ; words by Fred E. Weatherly, 
music by Mary Willard Gleason, op. 
35. [45 

© Mary Willard Gleason-White, 
Chicago, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13113, 
Jan. 6, 1919. Original entry, Apr. 9, 
1891, no. 12979. 

Watch and pkay ; words by A. Ken- 
yon, music by Robert Lowry. [46 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 13046, Jan. 3, 1919. Renewal 
entry, Apr. 6, 1905, no. C 92093. 

Watchees foe the light; words by 
H. Butterworth, arr. by Winthrop 
[pseud, of James R. Murray] [47 
© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13089, 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 5, 
1891, no. 5150. 

We'll meet each othee there ; words 
and music by Robert Lowry. [48 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 13038. Jan. 3, 1919. 
Original entry, Apr. 29, 1891, no. 
15888. 

Whatevee may betide; by James R. 
Murray. [49 

© Isabel Murray, Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 13097, 
Jan. 4, 1919. Original entry, Feb. 
12, 1891, no. 5973. 

When all the woeld is young ; words 
by Charles Kingsley, music by Robert 
Lowry. [50 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 13049. Jan. 3, 1919. Renewal 
entry, June 16, 1905, no. C 96958. 

Wheee is my boy to-night; words 
and music by Robert Lowry. [51 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
13047, Jan. 3, 1919. Renewal entry, 
June 16, 1905, no. C 96956. 

Why should I wait; by P. P. Bliss. 

[52 
© G. G. Bliss, Providence, R. I., 
and P. P. Bliss, Cincinnati, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
13101, Jan. 4, 1919. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 27, 1905, no. C 87931. 



Winner's Eueeka method for the 
clarinet ; by Septimus Winner. [53 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12845, Dec. 6, 1918. Original en- 
try, Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10656. 

Winnee's Eueeka method for the 
coenet; by Septimus Winner. [54 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12843, Dec. 6, 1918. Original 
entry, Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10654. 

Winnee's Eureka method for the 
fife; by Septimus Winner. [55 

© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12847, Dec. 6, 1918. Original entry, 
Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10658. 

Winnee's Eueeka method for the 
flute; by Septimus Winner. [56 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12842, Dec. 6, 1918. Original entry, 
Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10653. 

Winner's Eueeka method foe the 
guitar ; by Septimus Winner. [57 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12860, Dec. 6, 1918. Original entry 
Nov. 2, 1891, no. 39420. 

Winner's Eueeka method for the 
mandolin ; by Septimus Winner. 

[58 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12841, Dec. 6, 1918. Original entry, 
Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10652. 

Winner's Eueeka method for the 
piccolo; by Septimus Winner. [59 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12844, Dec. 6, 1918. Original entry, 
Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10655. 

Winner's Eureka method for the 
violin ; by Septimus Winner. [60 
© Hannah J. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12846, Dec. 6, 1918. Original entry, 
Mar. 20, 1891, no. 10657. 



32 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING. TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [498 



After all. [61 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 4, p. 2. 

At the jazz town novelty ball. [62 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Bone dry. [63 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919 ; re- 
corded v. 4, p. 2. 

Canary ; fox trot, intro. Thousands of 

years ago, and Only in dreams. [64 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan 3, 1919 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

City of dreams. [65 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 
3, 1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

Don't let us sing any more about 

WAR, JUST LET US SING OF LOVE. [66 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd Jan 

3, 1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

Dreaming sweet dreams of mother. 

[67 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 

4, p. 2. 

Echo (An) of her smile. [68 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

For every tear you've shed, I'll 

bring a million smiles. [69 

© Meyer Cohen music co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1919; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Germany, you'll soon be no man's 
land. [70 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 4, p. 2 . 



Have a little regiment of your own. 

[71 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 14, 1919; recorded, v. 
4, p. 2. 

He's had no lovtn' for a long, long 

time. [72 

© Broadway music Corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 4, 1919; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Heart (The) of the sunset. [73 

© Knickerbocker music co., Day- 
ton, O. Notice rec'd Jan. 15, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 1. 

Hello, General Pershing, how's my 
daddy to-night. [74 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1919; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Herald of peace ; march. [75 

© Edward T. Paull, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 1. 

Hindustan ; instrumental. [76 

© Forster music publisher, inc.» 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

Home coming week in France. [77 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

I FOUND THE END OF THE RAINBOW. 

[78 
© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

I wonder whether ; instrumental 

medley, intro. City of dreams. [79 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

In Salvador, San Salvador. [80 

© Knickerbocker music co., Day- 
ton, O. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1919; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 



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498 (81) 



pt. in, n, s., v. 14 



In the land where poppies bloom. 

[81 

© Jerome H. Reniick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

It's a mean old dog that won't 

scratch his mama's fleas. [82 

© Will E. Skidmore, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 8, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 202. 

Je sais que vous etes gentil (It's 

our wedding day) ; fox trot. [83 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Kiss (The) that made me cry. [84 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 14, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 2. 

Kisses, the sweetest kiss of all. 

[85 
© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 4, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 202. 

Legende; by Georg Bruhns, rev. by 

August Wilhelmj ; violin. [86 

© Georg Friedrich Wilhelm 

Bruhns, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 10, 1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 202. 

Liberty for all. [87 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Liberty waltz song. [88 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Little (The) brown bird; words by 
Helen M. Nightingale, music by 
Teresa Del Riego. [89 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 202. 

Loyalty waltz. [90 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Mary; by Hugo Frey. [91 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 200. 

Military (A) fox trot. [92 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & CO., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 201. 



Moods ; valse sentimental, by F. E. 

Holly. [93 

© Edward Schuberth & co.. New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 4, 1919; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Muslin rag. [94 

© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

My caravan. [95 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1919; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 201. 

My word, ain't we carrying on. [96 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 14, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 2. 

Now all the world's at peace. [97 
© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 1919; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

Oh, to-morrow night; vocal. [98 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 3, 1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

On the road that leads back home; 

by Gitz Rice. [99 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 200. 

On the road to Calais. [100 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Out of the East. [101 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Please don't take my harem away. 

[102 
© Will E. Skidmore, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 8, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 202. 

Rip Van Winkle slept with one eye 

open. [103 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Rockin' the boat ; bv Hugo Frev. 

[104 
© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 200. 



34 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1919 



498 (120) 



Somebody's waiting foe someone. 

[105 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 7, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 1. 

Spagoni's wedding jubilee. [106 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Spaniola. [107 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

Statue (The) of libekty is smiling. 

[108 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 2, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 201. 

Swing low, sweet chariot ; by H. T. 

Burleigh. [109 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 200. 

To victory ; marching song by Henry 
Hadley.. [110 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 1. 

Tommy. [Ill 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 2. 

Vis si d'arte ; by G. Puccini. [112 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 200. 



We'll all need forgiveness some day. 

[113 
© Meyer Cohen music pub. co., 
inc.. New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 
13, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 1. 

Welcome home, laddie boy, welcome 
home ; lyric by Will D. Cobb, music 
by Gus Edwards. [114 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 202. 

When Yankee Doodle sails upon the 

good ship Home sweet home. [115 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

When you take that trip across the 

Rhine. [116 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 2. 

Why do they call them babies. [117 
© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 4, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 4, p. 1. 

Without you; vocal. [118 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day 

& Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 3, 1919; recorded, v. 3, p. 200. 

You don't know. [119 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 

You'll be as welcome as flowers in 

Maytime. [120 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 2. 



35 



499-2581 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OE MARCH 3, 1891, 
OP JUNE 30, 1906, AND OE MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3; 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1919 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 14 

ffo. 2 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1919 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann 
Sebastian) ; Beethoven (Ludwig van) ; Bellini (Vincenzo) ; Berlioz (Hector 
Louis) ; Chopin (Frederic Francois) ; Donizetti (Gaetano) ; Flotow (Friedrich 
von); Gounod (Charles Francois); Grieg (Edvard Hagerup); Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); Offenbach 
(Jacques); Rossini (Giacchino Antonio); Saint-Saens (Charles Camille); 
Verdi (Giuseppe) ; Wagner (Richard). In case of all such works, however, 
there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 
etudes elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identify- 
ing titles, but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," 
" march," " cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," 
"etude," "study," "exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only 
identifiable by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's 
name without cross references from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application fnr 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

(ii) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A (The) A. A. convention ode; words 
by Frank Warren Elliott and H. Z. 
Long, music by H. Z. Long [of U. 
S.] [499 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442123; 
Howard Zell Long, Stevens, Pa. 

A. (Les) D. P.; excentric march, par 

J. Pernet [of Prance] ; piano. [500 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1919 ; E 435673 ; Jules Pernet, Nice, 

France. 

A. D. 1968 Hun retrospection ; words 
by F. C. Sawhill, music by Kathryn 
I. White [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at Pittsburgh, Pa.] Cincinnati, 
Willis music co. [501 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1918; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 442112; 
Franklin Clark Sawhill, Midway, 
Pa. 

'A femmena 'e core ; versi di Vincenzo 
Narciso, musica di Raffaele De Luca 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
mand. ace. 4to. [502 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441631; Casa editrice De 
Charny, New York. 

A l'etoile confidente ; romance, par 
Vincenzo Robaudi, transcription de 
H. Mouton [of Italy] ; petit orch. 
avec piano eonducteur et harmo- 
nium parties ad lib. 4to. (Collec- 
tion orchestrina, no. 24) [503 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435478; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

A l'ombre des grands bois ; de Mau- 
rice Pesse, arr. par S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano eonducteur. 
4to. [504 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435577; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

'A mugliera 'o barbiebe ; versi di G. E. 
Pasqualotto, musica di Gennaro 
Quaranta [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; mand. ace. 4to. [505 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441376; Gaetano Esposito 
Pasqualotto, New York. 



'A pacchianella 'America; versi di 
Luigi Grassi, musica di Giuseppe 
Giannelli [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; mand. ace. 4to. [506 
© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441633; Casa editrice De 
Charny, New York. 

'A Riggina d' 'e stagione ; versi e 
musica di Gennaro Giura [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; mand. ace. 
4to. [507 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441360; Casa editrice De 
Charny, New York. 

A Singapoor; fantaisie orientale, par 

Odette Vargues [of France] ; orch. 

avec piano. 4to. [508 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1919; E 435590; O. Vargues, Paris. 

Above the clouds ; lyric by Eleanor 
Ingle Pilson, music by G. S. Schuler 
[of U. S.] ; medium voice. Chicago, 
Clayton F. Summy co. [509 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 441892; George S. Schuler, Chi- 
cago. 

Across the fields ; by Esther Gronow 

[of U. S.] ; pf. [510 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 

E 441939; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 

Across the ocean and back to home 
sweet home ; words by C. W. Evans, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[511 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442084; 

Clarence W. Evans, Eatontown, N. J. 

Adoration (The) of the Shepherds 
(Nit de vetlla) ; eight-part cho., 
English version by Deems Taylor 
and Kurt Schindler [of U. S.], music 
a mediaeval Catalonian nativity 
song, arr. and ed. by K. Schindler; 
mixed voices. 4to. ( Spanish choral 
ballads, no. 13300) [512 

© Dec. 14, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 440812; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translating and editing] 



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513 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Advertise ; words by Claude L. Barker 
and Earle C. Jones, music by Roy 
L. Burtch [of U. S.] [513 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439611; Halcyon pub. co., In- 
dianapolis. 

After all ; words by J. Will Callahan, 
music by Lee S. Roberts [of U. S.] 

[514 
© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919 ; E 441605 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

After the first of July; words and 
music by Thomas S. Allen [of U. 
S.] New York [etc.] Dan Coleman 
music co. [515 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 440934; Daniel William Coleman, 
Chelsea, Mass., 

After the shadows ; words and music 
by H. Lillenas [of Norway, domiciled 
at Auburn, 111.] ; with violin obbl. 

[516 
© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440981; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

Afterglow ; by Theodore Saul [of Ger- 
many, domiciled at New York] ; pi- 
ano. (Recreations musicales, no.14) 

[517 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 442121 ; Harmony music pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Afterwhiles ; momento appassionato, 
by Ernest Harry Adams [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [518 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441981; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Ah ! cher monsieur ; a l'operette Phi- 
Phi, paroles de A. Willemetz et F. 
Sollar, musique de H. Christina [of 
France] ' [519 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 435709 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Ah! so pure. See Flotow (Friedrich 
von) 

Ahoy, lass, ahoy; words by A. Ken- 
nedy, melody by R. A, Browne [of 
U. S.] [520 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442091; 
Albert Kennedy, San Francisco. 

Album d'ouvertures ; 4e v., Bellini, 
Rossini, revision par C. Schubert & 
Lucien Garban [of France] ; piano a 
4 mains, obi. 8vo. (Edition clas- 
sique, no. 9583) Contents: — La 



Album d'ouvertures — Continued. 
Norma; par Bellini. — Le barbier de 
Seville, La gazza ladra, et L'ltal- 
ienne a Alger; par Rossini. [521 
© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435667 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Alice ; English folk-song, by J. Ascher, 
transcribed by Carl Sontag [of U. 
S.] ; piano, in C, with words. [522 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442405 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

All aboard for America, the land of 
the Stars and Stripes ; words and 
music by A. J. Vitelli [of U. S.], arr. 
by Charles T. Edwards. Wilming- 
ton, Del., Brown & Edwards music 
co. [523 

© Jan. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439610 ; Alfred J. Vitelli, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

All hail our land of liberty ; words 

anon., music by W. D. M. Finch [of 

U. S.] [524 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439380; 

Wm. D. M. Finch, Bath Beach, N. Y. 

All hail the name of America ; words 

by A. Whitworth, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [525 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441117; 

Alice Whitworth, East Orange, N. J. 

All hail the power of Jesus' name ; 
anthem, text Biblical, music by Eliot 
H. Robinson [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo sacred music, third 
series) [526 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442347 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

All hail to thee— long may thee 
wave ; words by G. Thompson, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[527 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441266 ; 
Gustava Thompson, Brooklyn. 

All join in, because the boys are 

coming ; words and music by T. 

. (Buster) Page [of U. S.] [528 

© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441933; Tom Page, Lima, O. 

All the little bits of fluff are 
wearing a uniform ; words and mu- 
sic by Jack Foley [of England] Lon- 

i don, Herman Darewski music pub. 

i co. [529 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 

E 435546; Charles Sheard & co., % 

Herman Darewski music pub. co., 

London. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1919 



549 



All the way from Washington ; 
words by F. L. Fitzpatrick, music by 
Gilbert Brunn [of U. S.], arr. by 
E. G. Brunn [of U. S.] [530 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 44145S ; 
Edith Gilbert Brunn, Kennewick, 
Wash. 

All the while; words and music by 
C. J. Lynch [of U. S.] [531 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442261; 
Chester Joseph Lynch, Detroit. 

All the world is proud of you ; waltz, 
words by E. B. Graham, music by 
A. S. Lohmann [of U. S.] [532 

© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442066; Edward Boyd Graham, 
Denver. 

All the world loves the U. S. A. ; 
words by F. D. Brewer and V. Smi- 
gell, music by Beatrice' R. Brewer [of 
U. S.] Philadelphia, Lomax music 
co. [533 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 441583; Frederick D. Brewer, 
Philadelphia. 

All true American : words and mu- 
sic by Ned Walton [of U. S.] [534 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442232 : Edward B. Walton, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Allegretto in D ; by Ernest Newton 
[of England] ; organ. (Organist 
recital series, no. 14) [535 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 435704; Gould & Bolttier, Lon- 
don. 

Allies' (The) battle cry; words and 
music by M. J. Andrup [of U. S.] 

[536 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441521; 
Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 
Allies' (The) dream; words by E. 
M. Melton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [537 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442309; 
Edith Meehan Melton, Chesterfield, 
S. C. 
Allies' victory march; by G. Costa 
[of Canada] ; piano. Winnipeg, 
Whaley, Royce & co., ltd. [538 
© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435571 ; Giuseppe Costa, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 

Alma mater ; words by Harvey Worth- 
ington Loomis, music by A. Edward 
Johnstone [of U. S.] 4to. [539 

© Oct. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 439652 ; Arthur E. Johnstone, New 
York. 



Aloma; oriental fox trot and classic 
dance, by Archibald Joyce [of Eng- 
land], adapted by Theo. Morse from 
themes of the celebrated waltz Pass- 
ing of Salome; piano. [540 
© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435572; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Alone; words by Robert J. Burdette, 
music by H. A. Miller [of U. S.] 

[541 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442344; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

See also Visions. 

Always lovely (Vzdy mila) ; mazur- 
ka, by F. Kmoch, arr. by F. Tryner 
[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Orch. 2. Band. 

[542, 543 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6. 
1919; E 440968, 440969; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Alzo incollo e me ne vo ; versi di Festo 
Vetroni, musica di De Riso [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli e c. 4to. [544 
© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435638 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 
Amants discrets; duo, par H. Bouil- 
lard et Eug. Hovelacque [of 
France] ; quatuor a. cordes, avec flute 
hautbois et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[545 
© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435681 ; E. Hovelacque, Paris. 

America ; words by J. C. Lawffer, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[546 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441307 ; Jacob C. Lawffer, Amboy, 
Wash. 

America first ; words and music by 

W. F. Peters [of U. S.] [547 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442501; 

William Frederick Peters, Engle- 

wood, N. J. 

America first, America last, America 
all the time ; words and melodv bv 
J. F. Mahoney [of U. S.] [548 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441361; 
J. F. Mahoney, New York. 

America for Americans ; words by J. 
A. Nutter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [549 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441276; 
J. A. Nutter, Everett, Wash. 



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pt. in, ri. s., v. 14 



America I love you, and I'm here to 
prove the same to you; words by 
H. E. Menne, music by M. Alice 
Menne [of U. S.] Williamsport, Pa., 
H. E. & M. A. Menne. [550 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439856; Hattie E. Menne, Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 

America is dear to me ; words by A. 
Bassett, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [551 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442329; 
Alberta Bassett, Sioux City, la. 

America is with us, pals, that's 

WHY WE MADE HEADWAY J WOl'dS by 

C. E. Braim, music by Charles 
Thomas Edwards [of U. S.] [552 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; .2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919; E 442124; Charles Edward 
Braim, Winterthur, Del. 

America, my country ; chorus, words 
by O. J. Johns, music by Marvin 
Radnor [pseud, of M. Grodzinsky, of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [553 

© Dec. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441851; Olive Jones Johns, Buf- 
falo. 

America, my wonderland ; words by 
L. L. Schultz, music by Harry L. 
Lesley [of U. S.], arr. by Walter 
Goodell [of U. S.] [554 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441607; 
Lyda L. Schultz, Dorchester, Wis. 

America, oh country mine ; words by 

L. C. Biggs, music by Luadah Sallee 

Baughman [of U. S.] [555 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441068; 

Lewis Cass Biggs, Laurence, Kan. 

America, our mother land ; words and 
music by Grace Wilbur Conant [of 
U. S.] ; male voices in unison, or 
baritone or alto solo. 4to. [556 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442209 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

America's winning the day ; words by 
M. Norton, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [557 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441301 ; Margaret Norton, Los An- 
geles. 

A-M-E-R-I-C-A SPELLS FREEDOM TO THE 

world; words and music by W. F. 
Peters [of U. S.] [558 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442500 ; Wil- 
liam Frederick Peters, Englewood, 
N. J. 



America, the land of sunshine; 
words and music by D. Collins, jr., 
arr. by Arthur Hauk [of U. S.] 
Rochester, N. Y., Bernard, Scheib & 
Eldridge. [559 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442185 ; Daniel Collins, jr., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 

America, the world is calling you ; 

words by P. S. Gavigan, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [560 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; E 441413 ; P. 

S. Gavigan, Brooklyn. 

America, the world loves you ; words 
and music by W. B. Anderson [of U. 
S.] [561 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442102; 
William Birkett Anderson, San Fran- 
cisco. 

America, to arms, to arms ; words by 
C. W. Hay, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of U. S.] [562 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; E 441685 ; C. 
W. Hay, Great Falls, Mont. 

America triumphant ; words by Elvira 

B. Smith, music by William Arms 
Fisher [of U. S.] ; two-part cho. of 
treble voices. 4to. (Choruses of 
peace and victory, no. 13375) [563 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439944 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

x\merica, we love you ; national hymn 
[and] Ring the bells of liberty ; na- 
tional march, words and music by J. 
Konigsmark [of U. S.] , arr. by Mrs. 
A. L. Dick. [564 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439383; Joseph Konigsmark, 
Smyrna, Ga. [564 

America, we're fighting for you; 
words by A. M. Grayson, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [565 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441096 ; A. 
M. Grayson, Blythe, Cal. 

America will fight ; words by S. Bor- 
donara, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [566 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441274; 
Salvatore Bordonara, New Britain, 
Conn. 

America, wond'rous America; words 
by A. C. Ross, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of U. S.] [567 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; E 441257 ; A. 

C. Ross, Boston. 



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586 



American (The) ; marche militaire, by 
E. C. Whytock [of U. S.], rev. and 
fingered by W. E. Barclay; pf. Los 
Angeles, R. W. Heffelfinger. [568 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441837; Evelyn Carne Whytock, 
Hollywood, Cal. 

American (The) dog; Pershing's boys, 

words by N. V. Turner, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [569 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441136 ; N. 

V. Turner, New Smyrna, Fla. 

American (The) eagle; words by W. 
McMunn, jr., music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of U. S.] [570 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442310; 
William McMunn, jr., Weebawken, 
N. J. 

American (The) eagle plane; words 

by F. S. Johnston, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [571 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441135 ; Fro- 

nia S. Johnston, Plainview, Tex. 

American flag song ; from glory unto 
glory, words by Henry Van Dyke, 
music by L. Camilieri [of U. S.] ; 
mixed chorus. 4to. [572 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439943; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

American (The) girl of to-day ; words 
by G. D. Miryalis, melody by M. 
Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robin- 
son, of U. S.] [573 
© 1 c Feb. 1, 1919; E 441871; 
G. D. Miryalis, Los Angeles. 

American love song; words by A. B. 

Haglund, music by L. Flemming [of 

U. S.] [574 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442585; 

Anna Belle Haglund, St. Paul. 

American (The) mother's prayer, 
the spirit of America ; words and 
music by J. M. Flynn [of U. S.] 

[575 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442053; Jennie M. Flynn, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

American patriotic medley march; 
arr. by John Martin [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [576 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919 ; E 439988 ; Brehm music co., 
Los Angeles. 

American (The) President; quick 
march, by Arnold Safroni, arr. by 
J. Ord Hume [of Great Britain] ; 



American (The) President — Contd. 
band. 4to. (In Boosey's march 
journal, no. 340) [577 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435742 ; Boosey & co., London. 

American (The) Red cross nurse; 
words and music by Vincent Andrew 
Valentini [of U. S.] [578 

© Oct. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1918 ; 
E 441525 ; Triple " A " music pub. 
co., Baltimore. 

American (The) sailor; march and 
two-step, by A. S. Josselyn [of U. 
S.] ; piano. Providence, R. I., Alpha 
music co. [579 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 441592 ; Arthur S. Josselyn, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. [Copyright is claimed 
on new matter] 

American soldiers' farewell; words 

bv E. Wanous, music by Grace 

Fletcher [of U. S.] [580 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 442116; 

Ernest Z. Wanous, Minneapolis. 

American war babies ; words by C. E. 
Moors, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [581 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442591; 
C. Eva Moors, Joilet, 111. 

American way of playing ukulele 
solos; arr. by J. M. Durkee [of U. 
S.] Chicago, 111., Lyon & Healy 
[1919] cover-title, 48 p. fol. [582 
© Dec. 19, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1918; arr. Jan. 16, 1919; A 512061; 
Jennie M. Durkee, Chicago. 

American (The) Yank; words by 

Mrs. G. Schaefer, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [583 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441720; 

Mrs. Geo. Schaefer, Los Angeles. 

Americans (The) on the Marne; 
words by M. P. Crouch, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[584 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441251; 
Mary P. Crouch, Stevensville, Md. 

America's answer to In Flanders 
fields ; poem by R. W. Lillard, music 
by Emma Hemberger [of U. S.] 
8vo. [585 

© Dec. 15, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1918; E 439604; Thos. L. Gibson, 
Baltimore. [Copyright is claimed on 
music] 

music by M. C. de Lotbiniere- 

Harwood [of Canada] [586 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 435717; 
Mathilde Constantia de Lotbiniere- 
Harwood, Edmonton, Canada. 



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America's atonement ; words by L. W. 
Schuhmacher, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U/S.] [587 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441134; 
Lenora W. Schuhmacher, New Al- 
bany, Ind. 

America's call to victory ; words and 
music by C. H. Darling [of U. S.] 

[588 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 442115; 
Cassius Harriot Darling, Worcester, 
Mass. 
America's flag; words and music by 
J. S. Ramey [of U. S.] ; male quar- 
tet. [589 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442229 ; J. S. Ramey, Salida, Col. 
America's morale; words and melody 
by A. C. Russell [of U. S.] [590 
© Dec. 12, 1918, 2 c. Dec. 23. 
1918; E 440478; Annie Christian 
Russell, Alexander City, Ala. 

America's sea kings ; words by C. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [591 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441415; 
Cornelius Smith, Salt Lake City. 

Among the fir trees ; reverie, by W. 
O. Forsyth [of Canada] op. 44, no. 
2; piano. Toronto, Canada, Music 
lovers pub. co. [592 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 435574; F. W. Oates, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Amour (L') veille; melodie, par Vic- 
tor Monti, transcription de H. Mou- 
ton [of Italy] ; petit orch. avec pi- 
ano conducteur et harmonium par- 
ties ad lib. 4to. (Collection or- 
chestrina, no. 21) [593 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435484; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Anciennes chansons de France du 
XVIIIe siecle ; recueillies et tran- 
scrites par Felix Boghen [of Italy] ; 
avec un ace. de piano. [594 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1918; E 435459; Societe anonyme 
des Editions Ricordi, Paris. 

And it's good;. words and melody by 
C. Lapharn [of U. S.] [595 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442355; 
Claude Lapham, New York. 

Andante serioso ; by Fred Luscomb 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. (Motion pic- 
ture series, no. 58) [596 
© Nov. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442015; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



Answer me with a kiss, pretty miss ; 
words by R. A. Sweetland, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[597 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442495 ; R. 
A. Sweetland, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Ant tevelio dvaro [and] Tykus buvo 
vakarelis ; folk songs, words anon., 
music by Stasys Simkus [of Rus- 
sia, domiciled at Chicago, 111.] 4to. 
(Chorams dainos, Lithuanian choral 
music, serija no. 2, no. 18) [598 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442289 ; Xavier Strumskis, Brook- 
lyn. 

Anthem (An) ; words and music by 
Otis Little [of U. S.] [599 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441367; 
Ottilie Sutro, New York. 

Any time New York goes dry; from 
The velvet lady, lyric by Henry 
Blossom, music by Victor Herbert 
[of U. S.] [600 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 439908 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Anything ! everything ! for our 
brave boys ; words by Alfred Ole- 
nick, music by Walter C. Simon [of 
U. S.] [601 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 441914; Olenick & Simon, New 
York. 

Anything is nice if it comes from 
Dixieland; words and melody by 
Grant Clarke, Geo. W. Meyer and 
Milton Ager [of U. S.], arr. by G. W. 
Meyer. [602 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 439993; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Apple blossom time; words by Mrs. 
A. J. Hendley, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [603 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441319; Mrs. A. J. Hendley, Nia- 
gara Falls, N. Y. 

Arabian (An) night; by Richard P. 

Hammond [of U. S.] op. 7, no. 1 ; 

piano. [604 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1919; E 442062; Composer's music 

corp., New York. 
Arabian nights ; words by Herbert 

Reynolds, music by M. David and 

Wm. Hewitt [of U. S.] [605 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1919; E 441829; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



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no. 2, 1919 



624 



Aechet. See Malipiero (G. Francesco) 
Cinq melodies. 

Aee you thinking of me, while I'm 

thinking or you ; words and music 

by W. H. Curtis [of U. S.] [606 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441138 ; W. 

H. Curtis, Pasadena. 

Akiette. See Malipiero (G. Fran- 
cesco) Cinq melodies. 

Aristocratic (The) navy; words by 

L. M. Roberts, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [607 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442610; 

Lily M. Roberts, Minonk, 111. 

Arm (The) that is stronger than 
mine; words by Richard Hains- 
worth, music by H. Lillenas [of Nor- 
way, domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[608 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441425; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

Armenia; canti armeni tradotti sin- 
fonicamente, par G. Francesco Mali- 
piero [of Italy] 1. Piano. — 2. 
Orch.— 3. Piano a. 4 mani. [609-611 
© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 435463-435465; Maurice 
Senart & cie., Paris. 

Arpeggio syncopation and passing 
bass ; by A. J. Macdonald [of U. S.] ; 
piano, bk. 2. [612 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439972; Alexander J. Mac- 
donald, Boston. 
As the school bell rings; words by 
W. A. Kearns, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [613 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442304; 
William A. Kearns, Windham, N. Y. 
As we went sailing, sailing, sail- 
ing; words by L. J. Mancina, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[614 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442590; 

Louis J. Mancina, Solvay, N. Y. 

As you were ; a fantastic revue, in 

two acts, words by Arthur Wim- 

peris, music by Herman Darewski 

[of England] ; vocal score. [615 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 10, 

1919; E 435537; Herman Darewski 

music pub. co., London. 

AS YOU WERE WITH THE U. S. A. ; 

words by C. E. Henderson, music by 
Norman Nathan [of U. S.] [616 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442231 ; Chas. E. Henderson, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 



Assynt of the shadows. See Songs 
of a roving Celt. 

At Chateau Thierry ; words and 
music by N. Des Lauriers, jr. [of 
U. S.] [617 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 441898; 
Napoleon Des Lauriers, jr., Cohoes, 
N. Y. 

At night. See Never-lonely child. 

At the Allies' army ball; words by 

E. De Hurlis, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [618 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441534; 

Ed. De Hurlis, New York. 

At the front of the battles you 
found us, we won with the red, 
White and Blue ; words and music 
by C. Thomas [of U. S.], arr. by W. 
H. Banks. [619 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441049; Charles Thomas, Phila- 
delphia. 

At the old garden gate, I'll be wait- 
ing for you; words by J. L. Ed- 
wards, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [620 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441184; 
Jessie L. Edwards, Miami, Fla. 

At the seashore. See Never-lonely 
child. 

Atta boy rag; fox trot, words and 

music by Irving and Sorg, arr. by 

Sam Solomon [of U. S.] [621 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 

E 439852 ; Sorg & Irving, Cleveland. 

Au bord de l'etang ; de Maurice Pesse, 
arr. par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[622 
© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435578; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Au clair de la lune ; melodie, par 
Paul Marinier, transcription de H. 
Mouton [of Italy] ; petit, orch. avec 
piano conducteur et harmonium 
parties ad lib. 4to. (Collection 
orchestrina, no. 20) [623 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435483; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Au revoir, France, good luck to you ; 

words by J. Addonigio, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [624 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441225; 

Joseph Addonigio, Chelsea, Mass. 



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Atj-kevoik means good-bye, but not 
forever ; words and music by Frank 
S. Perkins [of U. S.] [625 

© Jan. 9, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441283; Perkins music co., 
Fort Dodge, la. 

Aubade d'amour; par Victor Monti, 
transcription de H. Mouton [of 
Italy] ; petit orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur et harmonium parties ad 
lib. 4to. (Collection orchestrina, 
no. 22) [626 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435485; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Australia; words and music by Ga- 
brielle M. Graham [of Great Brit- 
ain] [627 
© Dec. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 435490; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Autumn (An) dream; by M. F. Bar- 

bere [of U. S.] ; piano. [628 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 441441; 

Merle Fransonia Barbere, Flint, 

Mich. 

Autumn kisses ; syncopated jazz 
waltz, by A. J. Markgraf [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [629 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441889; Al. J. Markgraf, San 
Francisco. 

Autumn musings ; J. Henry Francis 

[of U. S.] op. 29 ; piano. [630 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1918 ; E 439827 ; C. W. Thompson & 

co., Boston. 

Ave Elde Gloria (Hail Old Glory, the 

flag of the free) ; words and music 

by R. Bird [of U. S.] [631 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442342; 

Rosellette Bird, Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Aviator's (The) dream; a romantic 
flight in five whirls, words by E. A. 
Wellman, melody by W. L. Rose- 
mont [of U. S.] 4to. [632 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; D 19893; 
Emily Ann Wellman and Walter L. 
Rosemont, New York. 

Awake and sing the song; anthem, 
words by William Hammond, music 
by Stanley R. Avery [of U. S.] op. 
59, no. 3; two-part chorus of wom- 
en's voices. 4to. [633 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919 ; E 439945 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



Away down in Florida; words by G. 

R. Sinning, music by Marion Foster 

[of U. S.] [634 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E439823; 

George R. Sinning, Pittsburgh. 

Away for to-day; chorus from the 
fairy play Finn Varra Maa, words 
by T. H. Nally, music by G. M. 
Palmer [of Great Britain] ; chil- 
dren's voices. Dublin, Pigott & co., 
ltd. • [635 

© Dec. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435496; G. Molyneux Palmer, 
Dublin, Ireland. 

Away to sunny France; words by 
L. B. Trask, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [636 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441125; 
L. B. Trask, Detroit. 

Ay, si no puedo (Oh, but I cannot) ; 
by Enrique Soro [of Chile] ; piano. 

[637 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 439918; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Baby doll ; from Some time, words by 
Rida Johnson Young, music by Ru- 
dolph Friml [of U. S.] [63S 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 442144; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Six. 
suites; sonatas, by Bach, rev. and 
ed. by Joseph Malkin [of Russia, 
domiciled at Boston, Mass.] ; violon- 
cello. (Music library, no. 841) [639 
© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442023; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Bacto dt gloria ; versi di Eduardo 
Scala, musica di Enrico Cannio [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. 4to. [640 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 435641; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Back home ; words by K. P. Goree, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[641 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441318; Kate Pearson Goree, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Back to Millvllle and you, dearest ; 

words by R. J. Hopkins, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [642 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441397;. 

Roy J. Hopkins, Wabash, Minn. 



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no. 2, 1919 



659 



Back to mother's Bible; words by 
Maud Frazer Jackson, music by 
Richard Hainsworth [pseud, of H. 
Lillenas, of Norway, domiciled at 
Auburn, 111.] [643 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442041; Haldor Lillenas, 
Auburn, 111. 

Back to the farm with a farmer- 
ette; words and music by Gordon 
V. Thompson [of Canada] [644 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 435774; Thompson pub. co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Back to the old mill stream ; words 
and music by Harley Rosso [of U. 
S.] National ed. [645 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442385 ; Ohio publishers, Sidney, O. 

Back where the Shannon flows ; 
words bv A. J. McElhearn, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [646 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441239; 
Arthur J. McElhearn, Brooklyn. 



Bagatelles et pieces diverses. 
Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Baiser. See Melodies. 



See 



Ballad (The) of Don Joan and Don 
Ramon (Romang de Don Joan i Don 
Ramon) ; six-part chorus, verses 
traditional, English version by 
Deems Taylor and Kurt Schindler 
[of U. S.], music based upon two 
folk-melodies from the island of 
Mallorca, by Felip Pedrell, ed. by 
K. Schindler ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Spanish choral ballads, no. 13303) 

647 

© Dec. 23, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 440810; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translating and editing] 

Band accompaniments to songs of 
the U. S. army, navy and maeine 
corps with national anthems ; 
prepared by the National committee 
on army and navy camp music [of 
U. S.] obi. 24mo. [648 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439595; Raymond B. Fosdick, 
Washington. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation] 

Bandera (La) de las esteellas ; pala- 
bras de Francis Scott Key, tr. me- 
trica del ingles, por F. H. Snow [of 
U. S.], musica de John Stafford 



Bandeea (La) de las esteellas — Con. 
Smith, har. por Walter Damrosch ; 
with chorus of mixed voices. [649 
© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442263; Francis Haffkine Snow, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on translation] 

Banjo insteuctoe; book 2, C nota- 
tion, comp. by J. F. Roach [of U. 
S.] 1 p. 1., 21 p. fol. [650 

© Jan. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
16. 1919 ; A 511318 ; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Banjoy; fox trot, by Milton R. Chit- 
tenden [of U. S.] ; banjo solo, C no- 
tation. ' [651 
© Nov. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440973; Maximum pub. co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

Baebiee de Seville; ouverture. See 
Album d'ouvertures. 

See also Rossini (Giocchino An- 
tonio ) 

Baecarolle. See Offenbach (Jacques) 

Barefoot (The) maid; words by Will 

H. Ogilvie, music by Donald Crich- 

ton [of England] ; no. 2, A flat. [652 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 

E 435748 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Battle (The) ; words by V. D. 

Thomas, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [653 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442090; 

Virginia D. Thomas, Emmett, Tenn. 

Battle-cry (The) ; words by R. Har- 
mon, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [654 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441183; 
Ray Harmon, Ephraim, Utah. 

Battle (A) hymn; words by R. J. 
Patterson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] ]655 
© 1 c. Dec. 18, 1918; E 438925; 
R. J. Patterson, Pittsburgh. 

Battle hymn of the Republic ; tune. 
See God bless our women. 

Battle hymn of the world ; words by 
F. B. Wilson, music by Harold F. 
Wilson [of U. S.] 4to. [656 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441900; 
Frank B. Wilson, East Orange, N. J. 

Battle ( The ) line of liberty ; march 
by Louis S. Florence [of U. S.], arr. 
by Walter Lewis [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Orch. — 2. Band. — 3. Piano solo. 

[657-659 
© Dec. 19, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440943-440945; L. S. Flor- 
ence music pub. co., Haverhill, Mass. 



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Battle on the Maene; by Gaston 

Borcli [of U. S.] ; full orch. [660 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442026; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Battle (The) on the Meuse; words 

and music by M. J. Andrup [of U. 

S.] [661 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441524; 

Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 

Be one of us ; words and music by 
M. A. Michel [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [662 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441779; Marie A. Michel, 
Ely, New 

Be ye glad; Easter song, words by 
Susan Coolidge, music by Paul Am- 
brose [of U. S.] op. 42; in F and 
in D. [663 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. each Jan. 30, 
1919; E 442189; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Beak well oue standakd Old Glory ; 

words and music by W. E. Peters 

[of U. S.] [664 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 441915; 

Walter Edward Peters, New Haven. 

Beautiful flag of feeedom ; words by 
R. Morrison, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [665 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441168; 
Rose Morrison, Pittsburgh. 

Beautiful stae of the sea ; words by 
O. Clingan, melody by M. Peree 
[pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of 
U. S.] [666 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439700; 
O. Clingan, Brownfield, Pa. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Bagatelles 
et pieces diverses; de Beethoven, 
rev. par Paul Dukas [of France] ; 
piano. (Edition classique, no. 9497) 

[667 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 435630; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

Beginner (The) book; a new book of 
instruction, compiled and composed 
by Percy Godfrey [of England] op. 
46; piano. (Magnus albums, v. 38) 

[668 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 435522 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 



Behind the clouds I always find 
the eainbow ; words and music by 
Harley Rosso [of U. S.] National 
ed. [669 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442386; Ohio publishers, Sidney, 
O. 

Behind the stae a hidden teae; 
words and music by Frances Cham- 
pion Hodges [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [670 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441745 ; Mrs. Calvin Hodges, 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Behold, how good and joyful; part- 
song, by Clarke Whitfield, arr. by 
C. P. Scott [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
soli and organ. 4to. (Choir music 
edition, no. 90) [671 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442016; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Behold us, Kaisee Wilhelm, we 
aeise to wipe the sting ; words and 
music bv Harold J. Williams [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[672 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441770 ; Katherine E. Mara, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Bel (II) Bebe ; versi di A. Cennerazzo, 
musica di V. La Valle [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; mand. ace. 
4to. [673 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 441886; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Belgium waltz (Valse beige) ; by 
Michel Massart [of U. S.] ; piano 
with words. [674 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 440935 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Believe me if all those endearing 
young charms ; Irish air, words by 
Thomas Moore, music arr. by John 
F. Larchet [of Great Britain] ; fe- 
male voices. 4to. [675 
© Dec. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435495; Pigott & co., ltd., 
Dublin, Ireland. 

Bella (La) Maria; polka, di F. di 
Leo [of Vltaly, domiciled at Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.] ; 1st and 2nd mand. e 
chitarra. (Edizione Cardilli, ho. 
594) [676 

© Jan 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 44164; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 



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no. 2, 1919 



690 



Belle of the Ozaeks ; words by 
Adolpli Andree, music by Irene Na- 
kano [of U. S.] St. Louis, Mo., D. I. 
Nakano. , [677 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb 6, 1919 ; 
E 441936; H. S. Talbot, Chicago. 

Bellini (Vicenzo) Norma. See Al- 
bum d'ouvertures. 

Bells at Cheistmas; by C. C. Cram- 
mond [of U. S.] op. 84; piano. Bos- 
ton, Evans music co. [678 
© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441461; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Bendemeee's steeam ; part-song, 
words by Thomas Moore, music, 
an old Irish melody, adapted and 
har. by John Hyatt Brewer [of 
U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. 
(Three-part songs for women's 
voices, no. 13325) [679 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442207; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation and harmonization] 

Same. (Two-part songs for 

women's voices, no. 13327) [680 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442208; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation and harmonization] 

Beneath a weeping willow's shade ; 
song by Francis Hopkinson, ed. and 
augmented by Harold V. Milligan 
[of U. S.] ; high, low voice. (In 
The first American composer : 
Schmidt's educational series, no. 
212 a, b) [681 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
3, 1919; E 440923; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Beege dich tjntee das keeuz; gedicht 
von M. Klemstein, musik von H. G. 
Babel [of U. S.] [682 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1919; E 439389; H. G. Babel, An- 
derson, Ind. 

Beelioz (Hectob Louis) Roman 
(The) carnival; overture, by H. 
Berlioz, op. 9, arr. by V. F. Sa- 
franek [of U. S.] ; military band 
with conductor. (United States 
military band journal, no. 227) 

[683 
© Jan. 3, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442022; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

107243—19 2 47 



Beeeichonne (La) ; mazurka, par 
L. Gautier [of France] ; orch. avec pi- 
ano conducteur. 4to. [684 
© Nov. 6, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435566; Leonce Gautier, Cannes, 
France. 

Bieds (The) peaise the advent of 
the Savioue ; Catalan Christmas 
carol of the XV century, English 
version by Deems Taylor and Kurt 
Schindler [of U. S.], music after 
the setting of Don Lluis Millet, by 
K. Schindler; eight-part cho. of 
mixed voices with sop. solo. 4to. 
(Spanish choral ballads, no. 13315) 

[6S5 

© Dec. 17, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1918; E 439304; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

translating and editing] 

(El cant des aucells) ; a Catalan 

Christmas carol of the XV century, 
English version by Deems Taylor 
and Kurt Schindler [of U. S], music 
after the choral setting of Don Lluis 
Millet, by K. Schindler; high voice. 
(Spanish sacred and secular songs, 
no. 3.) [686 

© Dec. 10. 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439307; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translating and arrangement] 

Biethday (The) paety; by Louis A. 
Brookes [of U. S.] ; piano. (Scenes 
of childhood) [687 

© Oct. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 441795 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Black-faced faieies ; words and 
music by Gwen Thompson [of U. S.] 

[688 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439639; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Bless me now; words and music by 
H. Simmons [of U. S.] ; sop. or ten. 
solo with chorus. 8vo. [689 

© Dec. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442389; Hiram Simmons, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Blest Savioue. See Otis (Philo 
Adams) Five responses. 

Blicke auf Jesum ; gedicht und musik 
von F. E. Schneider [of U. S.] 

[690 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439393; F. E. Schneider, Loma, 
Col. 



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691 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Blighty; from the comedy As you 
were, lyrics by Harry Williams, 
music by Leo Flanders [of U. S.] 

[691 

© Feb. 6, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442586; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

Blonde and beunette; by Cedric W. 
Lemont [of U. S.] ; piano. [692 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439678; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Blotti comme un oiseatj. See Melo- 
dies. 

Blue (The) and White; words and 
music by W. Hutson [of U. S.] De- 
troit, Mich., Detroit Central high 
school athletic assn. [693 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442230; Wihla Hutson, Detroit. 

Blue-eyed, blond-haiked, heart break- 
ing baby doll; words and melody 
by Cliff Hess and Sidney D. Mitchell 
[of U. S.L arr. by C. Hess. [694 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 441910; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Blue eyes ; words by C. S. Linden, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[695 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 

E 441323; C. S. Linden, Peoria, 111. 

Blue ( The ) star turned to gold ; 
words by A. M. Gilligan, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [696 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441241; 
Anna M. Gilligan, Brockton, Mass. 

words by J. P. Burke, music by 

Bert Peters [of U. S.] [697 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919 ; E 442044 ; John P. Burke, Chi- 
cago. 

Blues my naughty sweetie, gives to 
me; words and melody by Chas. R. 
McCarron, Carey Morgan and Art. 
M. Swanstone [of U. S.] [698 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442071; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Bluin' the blues ; song and fox trot, 
words by Sidney D. Mitchell, music 
by H. W. Ragas [of U. S.] [699 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442168 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 



Blushing roses; valse brillante, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 157; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[700 
© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441466; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Bohemian American volunteers ; 
march arr. by F. Tryner [of U. S.] 
4to. 1. Band.— 2. Orch. [701, 702 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440946, 440947; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Bon jour, ma belle ; part-song, words 
by Guy Eden, music by A. H. 
Behrend, arr. by Philip Greely [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [703 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439946; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Bond (The) of peace; words by K. 
McMullan, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [704 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441399; 
Kate McMullan, Greenville, Ala. 

Bonnie Lesley. See Hammond 
(Richard P.) Six songs from Burns. 

Bouncing baby boy; words by J. 

Flynn, music by Rufus Wilson and 

Prof. Howard [of U. S.] [705 

© Dec. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1919; E 441088; J. Flynn, St. Paul. 

Bourgeoise. See Suite savoyarde. 
Boy scouts drill march ; by Carl 

Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano. [706 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 

E 442403 ; Louis Better music co., 

St. Louis. 

Boys (The) are coming home; words 
and music by Edwin L. Taylor [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harry Heald. [707 
© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 439719 ; Locke-Taylor music 
co., Springfield, Mass. 

words by C. H. Eubank, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [708 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441419; 
C. Hewitt Eubank, Stithton, Ky. 

words by D. W. Potter, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [709 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441221; 
Daniel W. Potter, Granville, N. D. 

words by M. E. Purdy, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [710 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441268; 
M. E Purdy, White Plains, N Y 



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728 



Boys (The) from over yonder; words 
and music by A. E. Mayes [of Can- 
ada] [711 
© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435518 ; Arthur Earle Mayes, Tor- 
onto, Canada. 

Boys (The) from the U. S. A. ; words 

by L. H. McDonough, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [712 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441418; 

Lily Helen McDonough, Los Angeles. 

Boys (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
by Frona Owens Hall, music by L. 
O. Streeter [of U. S.] Chicago, Na- 
tional music co. [713 
© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1918 ; 
E 431303; Lydia Owens Streeter, 
Chicago. 

Boys (The) of the western plains; 
words by J. Barr, melody by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [714 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441872; 
James Barr, Coal Creek, Canada. 

Boys (The) on their way home; 
words by E. W. Brown, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [715 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442497; 
E. W. Brown, Henrietta, N. C. 

Brass tacks; words by L. E. Smith, 
melody by M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. 
P. B. Robinson, of U. S.] [716 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441869; 
L. Emma Smith, Charlotte, Mich. 

Breil (Joseph) Intermezzo; from 
The legend, by J. Breil [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [717 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 440941; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Bride (The) of the White House; 
words by E. C. Blalock, music by 
Carl Muehling [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [718 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441175; 
Estelle C. Blalock, Norwood, N. C. 

Bring back my daddy to me ; quar- 
tette, words by William Tracey and 
Howard Johnson, music by Geo. W. 
Meyer [of U. S.], arr. by Alfred J. 
Doyle [of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 

[719 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441062 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Broadway, I'm coming back to you; 
words by R. L. Fansler, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [720 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441548; 
Ralph L. Fansler, Great Lakes 
Training Station, Chicago, 111. 

Broken (A) heart; words by C. Han- 
son, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [721 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441308; Clara Hanson, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Brown boys in khaki brown ; words 
and music by E. A. Jessie [of U. S.] 

[722 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30 
1918; E 442080; Eva A. Jessie, 
Muskogee, Okl. 

Buddie boy, how's ev'ry little thing 
with you; words and music by 
Geoffrey O'Hara and Theodore 
Morse [of U. S.] 4to. [723 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 442074; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Bull (A) in a china-shop ; sensation 
jazz, by Lopez Domingo [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [724 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435511; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Burleigh (Cecil) Two fancies; by 
C. Burleigh [of U. S.] op. 5 ; piano. 
1. In A major. 2. In D minor. 

[725, 726 
© Feb. 3, 1919; 2 c. each Feb. 7, 
1919; E 441940, 441941; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 

Burlesque. See Suite of four poetic 
album leaves. 

Burrows (Benjamin) Valse; by B. 
Burrows [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(Dance rhythms, no. 2) [727 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435721; Augener, ltd., London. 

Busted (The) blues; words and mu- 
sic by C. A. Fifer [of U. S.] [728 
© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442107 ; C. Arthur Fifer mu- 
sic co., Quincy, 111. 

Butterfly chase. See Country 
thoughts. 

By a running streamlet. See Coun- 
try thoughts. 



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By pigeon post; from Ziegfeld 9 
o'clock revue and new midnight 
frolic, words and music by Gene 
Buck and Dave Stamper [of U. S.] 

[729 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1919; E 441351; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

By the camp fire; words by Mabel 
Elizabeth Girling, music by Percy 
Wenrich [of U. S.] [730 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 441802 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

By the moonlight; words and music 
by W. E. Bailey [of U. S.], arr. by 
L. B. C. [731 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441855; William E. Bailey, New 
Hartford, N. Y. 

By the singing river and the shelt'- 
ring palm ; lyric by Jesse G. M. 
Glick, music by Geo. P. Howard [of 
U. S.] [732 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442573; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Bye baby bunting; waltz lullaby, 
words and music by Harold Taylor 
Weeks [of U. S.] [733 

© Dec. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 9, 
1919; E 439637; Melody shop, Seat- 
tle. 

Bye bye France ; words and melody 

by J. A. Keyes [of U. S.], arr. by 

Thos. C. Freeman [of U. S.] [734 

© 1 c Feb. 7, 1919; E 442432; 

John A. Keyes, Mishawaka, Ind. 

Cadet Rousselle; opera comique en 
trois actes, livret de Paul Saint et 
J. Marc-Py, musique de Felix Four- 
drain [of France] ; partition, chant 
et piano. 4to. [735 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435670; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

California ; words and music by Ar- 
thur Kay [of Germany, domiciled at 
Los Angeles, Cal.] [736 

© Dec. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1918 ; 
E 441586; Filmusic co., Los An- 
geles. 

Call. See Songs of a roving Celt. 

Call me up on your saxophone; 

words and music by G. L. Vallier 

[of U. S.] [737 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441531; 

Geraldine L. Vallier, Duluth, Minn. 



Call (The) of liberty; words by 
I. G. Hale, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [738 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441317 ; I. G. Hale, Cincinnati. 

Call of the heart ; words by I. C. 
Burrows, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [739 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442607; 
Ira C. Burrows, Washington. 

Call (The) of Uncle Sam; words 
and music by J. H. Cobel [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [740 
© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441330; John H. Cobel, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

Calling me to the hills; words and 
music by Lee David [of U. S.] 

[741 
© Jan 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441369; Gilbert & Fried- 
land, inc., New York. 

Camp fire loves ; military waltz song, 
words and music by Viola B. Lewis 
[of U. S.] [742 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 9, 
1918; E 441614; Unique pub. co., 
Philadelphia. [742 

Campanella (La) ; versi e musica di 
Americo Giuliani [of Italy] ; man- 
dolino e canto. Napoli, Emilo Gen- 
narelli e c. 4to. [743 

© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 435650; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Canadian rag; by J. Betty [of 
France] ; piano. New York, Jos. W. 
Stern & co. [744 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435708; L. Maillochon, 
Paris. 

Cancion (La) del sold ado; texto y 
musica por E. Pujals [of U. S.] 

[745 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1919; E 441926; Eustaquio Pujals, 
Ponce, P. R. 

Canny (The) old farm on the Tyne; 
a story-song, words by C. Blackett 
Skinner, music by Gladys HaidSe 
Gill [of England] [746 

© Dec. 23, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1919 ; E 435474 ; H. Sharpies & son, 
ltd., Blackpool, England. 



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no. 2, 1919 



rei 



Cantilene rustique; de Maurice 
Pesse, arr. par. S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [747 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435584; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Canto (II) dell' usignuolo (The 
chant of the nightingale) ; capriccio- 
mazurka. by E. C. Bevilacqua [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [748 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 441082; 
Ermanno C. Bevilacqua, New York. 

Canzone Americana ; versi di Ed- 
uardo Scala, musica di E. Cannio [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. 4to. [749 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 435648; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Canzone triste ; by Paolo Conte, arr. 
by Adolf Schmid [of England, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; orch., piano con- 
ductor. (Galaxy, no. 134) [750 
© Jan. 21, 1919.; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 442147; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Capinero. See Impressioni dal vero. 

Captain Oates. See Three heroes. 

Captain Riley of the U. S. A. ; 
words by Ella M. Smith, music by 
G. Vernon Strout and H. I. Smith 
[of U. S.] [751 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441913 ; Howard I. Smith, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Caroline means paradise; words by 

W. E. Bovle, music by Paul Luke 

[of U. S.] [752 

i© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1918; E 440145; 

William Edward Boyle, Boston. 

Castle inn fox trot ; melody by C. 
Kranz and T. A. Hammid [of U. S.], 
arr. by Wm. J. Carle [of U. S.] 

[753 
© 1 c. Jan. 30,-1919; E 442135; 
Chas. Kranz and Tauscha Abdul 
Hammid, New York. 

Causerie enfantine; by A. Morin- 
Labrecque [of Canada] ; piano. 

[754 
© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 435564; Albertine Morin- 
Labrecque, Montreal, Canada. 



Cavalier's (The) song; words by 
William Motherwell, music by Stan- 
ley R. Avery [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice in C min. [755 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439947 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Cavatina. See Gounod (Charles Fran- 
cois) 

Celeste Aid a. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Chalet des fonds. See Suite Savoy- 
arde. 

Chanson morave. See Malipiero (G. 
Francesco) Cinq melodies. 

Chanson provencale ; by Christiaan 
Kriens [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[756 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 

E 442211 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Chant (Le) du menetrier; de Maur- 
ice Pesse, arr. par S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [757 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435581; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chant — Nobody knows de trouble 
I've seen ; by Clarence Cameron 
White [of U. S.] op. 12, no. 1; 
violin and piano, (Bandanna sketch- 
es, no. 1) [758 
© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442027; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Chant (A) of love for England; 
part-s'ong, words by Helen Gray 
Cones, music by James H. Rogers 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. (8vo 
choruses, no. 6773) [759 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442278; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Chapel by the wayside ; meditation 
chimes, by Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; 
piano, in C. (A day in the Alps) 

[760 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442401 ; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Chapman (Clifford C.) Twenty 
sacred trios for women's voices; 
comp. by C. C. Chapman [of U. S.] 
96 p. 4to. [761 

© Dec. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
2, 1919 ; A 511184 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



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762 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Chaptjis (Auguste) Sonate; par A. 
Chapuis [of France] ; violoncelle et 
piano. Paris, A. Durand et nls. 

[762 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435710; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Charge (The) of the regiment; 
march rondo, by Carl Wilhelm Kern 
[of U. S.] op. 336, no. 1; piano. 

[763 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439948 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Charlot s'amuse; polka americaine, 
par Eugene Hovelacque [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[764 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1919; E 435687; Hovelacque, Paris. 

Charming; words by Joseph Mc- 
Carthy, music by Harry Tierney [of 
U. S.] [765 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919 ; E 441820 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc., New York. 

Chez Marise; chanson marche, par- 
oles de J. Pargny, musique de J. 
Pernet [of France] [766 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435674 ; Jules Pernet, Nice, France. 

Chi lo tiene . . . l'orologio; versi 
di A. Trusiano, musica di G. Leone 
[of Italy] ; mandolino e canto. Na- 
poli, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 4to. 

[767 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435645 ; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Chiericoni ( Camillo ) Andante ; 
dalla Suite de chambre, by C. Chieri- 
coni [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; violin and piano. [768 

© Oct. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441638; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

Childhood days ; trio from Oh, my 
dear, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] 

[769 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 

1919; E 441643; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

words by C. Holwell, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [770 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441736; 
C. Holwell, Chicago. 



Chinese laundry blues ; words by A. 
W. Osborn, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [771 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442490; 
Arthur W. Osborn, Philadelphia. 

Chinese love song; by Lee Johnson 
[of U. S.] ; piano sc. [772 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442040; 
John Donigan, Los Angeles. 

Chinese lullaby ; from East is West, 
words and music by Robert Hood 
Bowers [of U. S.] [773 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 442145; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Chinola; fox trot, by R. P. Yaw and 
Stanley Dillaway [of U. S.], arr. by 
William M. Redfield and R. P. Yaw 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [774 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439867; 
Ralph Percy Yaw, Hartford. 

Chippewa (A) love song; why should 
I be jealous, by Carl Busch [of U. 
S.] ; string orch. (Indian tribal 
melodies, no. 2) [775 

© Nov. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442035; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Chippewa (A) lullaby; by Carl 
Busch [of U. S.] ; string orch. (In- 
dian tribal melodies, no. 3) [776 
© Nov. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442036; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Chippewa (A) vision ; by Carl Busch 
[of U. S.] ; string orch. (Indian 
tribal melodies, no. 1) [777 

© Nov. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442034; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Chiu. See Impressioni dal vero. 

Choisis Lison ; marche, sur la chan- 
son populaire de Louis Bousquet, 
par Camille Robert, orchestree par 
Laurent Halet [of France] ; orch. 
et piano conducteur. 4to. [778 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435668; Louis Bousquet, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on or- 
chestration] 

Chong, he come from Hong Kong; 

words and music by Harold Taylor 

Weeks [of U. S.] [779 

© Dec. 19, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 

E 439638 ; Melody shop, Seattle. 

Same. 4to. [780 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442160 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 



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no. 2, 1919 



801 



Choosing a wife ; trio, from A south- 
ern maid, words by Harry Graham, 
music by Harold Fraser-Simson [of 
England] [781 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435561; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Chopin (Feedebic Fbancois) Ma- 
zurka in B flat; by Chopin-Dimsa, 
op. 7, no. 1, arr. by Adolf Schmidt 
[of Germany] ; orch. piano conduc- 
tor. 4to. [782 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919 ; E 435768 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Mazurkas ; par F. F. Chopin, rev. 

et annotated par Lazare Levy [of 
France] ; piano. (Edition nationale, 
no. 5051) [783 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 435471; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotations] 

Valse in E minor; by Chopin- 
Dimsa, arr. by Adolf Schmidt [of 
Germany] ; orch., piano conductor. 
4to. [784 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919 ; E 435769 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Choeiambics ; by Ethel Boyce [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [785 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435718; Augener, ltd., London. 

Cheist in Flandees ; words by Gor- 
don Johnstone, music by Ward-Ste- 
phens [of U. S.] ; in B flat. [786 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919 ; E 439932 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Cheist otje passovee; chorus, words 
anon., music by J. Fletcher [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices, B flat. 4to. 
(Choir music, no. 42) [787 

© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442193; Joseph Fletcher, 
Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

Cheistian (The) soldiee's memoeial 
hymn ; words by J. M. Lyons, music 
by William W. Bentley [of U. S.] 
Beaver Falls, Pa., Olivet pub. house. 
4to. [788 

© Oct. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 439976; Powell & Bentley, 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 



Cheistkind ; gedicht von M. Klem- 
stein, musik von H. G. Babel [of 
U. S.] [789 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1919 ; 
E 439386; H. G. Babel, Anderson, 
Ind. 

Cheistmas time; words by Louis G. 
Brinker, music by Albert E. Bol- 
linger [of U. S.] [790 
© Nov. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 441794 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

ClTANESQUES ET SCENES ESPAGNOLES ; 

by Richard P. Hammond [of U. S.] 
op. 3 ; piano, no. 1, 4, 5, 7. [791-794 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. each Jan. 
25, 1919; E 442054-442057; Com- 
poser's music corp., New York. 

Clap youe hands, my baby, foe youe 
daddy's coming home; words by 
Frankie Williams, music by Edw. 
G. Nelson [of U. S.] [795 

© Dec. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439929; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

Clothes (The) line; words by M. E. 

Booth, music by Clara Davidson [of 

U. S.] [796 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; D 19890 ; M. 

Elizabeth Booth, New York. 

Cocktail's dance; par Alfredo Ca- 

sella [of Italy] ; piano. [797 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1919; E 435676; Societe anonyme 

des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Colleen (The) in Killaeney ; words 

by J. J. Nolan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [798 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442479; 

J. Jerome Nolan, Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Colleen o' mine; words by Terence 
O'Shea, music by Lily Strickland 
[of U. S.] ; high voice in E flat. 

[799 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439949 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Coloes (The) that nevee fade; 

words by E. H. Fitzke, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [800 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439887; 

Emil Herman Fitzke, Keasbey, N. J. 

Columbia, we have heard youe call ; 

words and music by M. J. Andrup 

[of U. S.] [801 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441520; 

Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 



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Come along ; marching song, words 
and music by S. Howard [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. [802 

© Nov. 13, 1918; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1918; E 441448; Shatter Howard, 
San Francisco. 

Come along boys ; march song, words 
and music by C. C. Simpson [of U. 
S.], arr. by Frank D. Harris [of U. 
S.] [803 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441433; 
Charles Carlisle Simpson, Wells- 
burg, W. Va. 

Come back laddie; words by M. L. 
Kellogg, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [804 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442311; 
May L. Kellogg, Seattle. 

Come back, my darling; words by J. 
J. Grimm, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [805 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441568; 
Joseph J. Grimm, Milwaukee. 

Come back to me; words by P. Rich- 
ardson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [806 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441660; 
Pearl Richardson, Ruston, La. 

Come back to me, my laddie boy ; 
words by W. L. Lauher, music by 
Juna B. Lauher [of U. S.] [807 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27. 
1919 ; E 441793 ; William L. Lauher, 
Kansas, 111. 

Come back to me, my soldier boy; 

words by M. Foor, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [808 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439877; 

Marion Foor, Findlay, O. 

Come back to us, Mr. Wilson ; words 

by W. E. Phillips, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [809 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442301; 

W. E. Phillips, Lowellville, O. 

Come be my baby, I like your lovable 
ways; words and music by G. R. 
Bezanson [of U. S.] [810 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441864; Geo. Ray Bezanson, Mis- 
soula, Mont. 

Come, be my wife; from The velvet 
lady, lyric by Henry Blossom, music 
by Victor Herbert [of U. S.] [811 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 439909 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Come boys, help Uncle Sammy, was 
the call they answered to ; wol'ds 
by H. B. Carlson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [812 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441258; 
Hazel B. Carlson, Lewiston, Mont. 

Come brother Yankees before I fall ; 

words by T. Tracas, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [813 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442336; 

Theodore Tracas, So. Bend, Ind. 

Come fair Rosina; song by Francis 
Hopkinson, ed. and augmented by 
Harold V. Milligan [of U. S.] ; high, 
low voice. (In The first American 
composer : Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 212 a, b) [814 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
3, 1919; E 440924; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Come to me, dear, while I'm dream- 
ing AND MAKE MY DREAMS COME 

true ; words and music by A. J. 

Ziegler [of U. S.] [815 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441036; 

Albert J. Ziegler, Brookpark, Minn. 

Come to my garden of love ; lyric by 
C. Kranz, melody by T. A. Hammid 
[of U. S.], arr. by William J. Carle 
[of U. S.] [816 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441479; 
Tausha Abdul Hammid and Charles 
Kranz, New York. 

Come where nature calls ; quartet, 
from Oh, my dear, words by P. G. 
Wodehouse, music by Louis A. 
Hirsch [of U. S.] [817 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441645; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Comin' thro' the Rye ; arr. by Edward 
Strietel [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
(Favorite melodies, no. 32) [818 
© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442571; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Coming, mother dear ; words by A. W. 
Mackay, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[819 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441877; 
Anna W. Mackay, Chicago. 

Community songs ; [ed. by Bouck 
White, of U. S.] Issued by the Com- 
munity club of Marlboro-on-the-Hud- 
son, 94 p. 1 1. 8vo. [820 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
4, 1919 ; A 511233 ; Community songs 
pub. co., Marlborough-on-the-Hudson, 
N. Y. 



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no. 2, 1919 



838 



Conversation galante. See Regret 
[and] Conversation galante. 

Coo baby coo ; words by E. L. Mc- 

Cabe, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [821 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442312; 

Ed. L. McCabe, Newport News, Va. 

Coppia felice ; mazurka, by Santo 
Tomarcbio [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; mand. or violin. [822 
© Oct. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20; 
1919; E 441835; Agatino Arena, 
New York. 

Coronach (Pro patria mori) ; melody 
by Donald Miller [of England] ; 
arr. by Granville Bantock [of Eng- 
land] ; violin and piano. [823 
© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 435633 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

Cotton (The) pickers' ball; words 
and music by Don M. Young [of 
U. S.] [824 

© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1919; E 441860; Don M. Young 
music co., Mt. Vernon. la. 

Cotton-seed; by Milton R. Chitten- 
den [of U. S.] ; banjo solo, C nota- 
tion. [825 
© Nov. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440972; Maximum pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Cottontails ; by Cecil Burleigh [of 
U. S.] op. 10, no. 1; piano. (Two 
childhood fancies, no. I) [826 

© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1919; E 442272; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Could I but dream ; words by Ethel 

M. Pomeroy, music by H. J. White 

[of U. S.] ; high voice in C. [827 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439631; 

Howard J. White, New York. 

Country beloved, my native land; 

words and music by L. Moore [of 

U. S.] [828 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 442250; 

Louise Moore, Brooklyn. 

Country thoughts ; by Harold Wallis 
[of England] op. 19; piano. Con- 
tents: — 1. Day-break. — 2. By a run- 
ning streamlet. — 3. In the hay mea- 
dow. — 4. A woodland violet. — 5. A 
butterfly chase. — 6. Reflections. 

[829 
© Jan. 6, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 435520; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 



Country's (The) call; march, by 
A. E. Joy [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[830 

© Mar. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1918 ; 

E 441593 ; Alfred E. Joy, New York. 

Court ( The ) jester ; from Diana the 
huntress, words and music by J. 
Schmidt [of U. S.] [831 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 441496; Julius Schmidt, 
New York. 

Coward (The) ; words by M. G. Bar- 
ton, melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [832 

© 1 c. Jan. 11,. 1919; E 439702; 
Merritt Gibson Barton, San Ber- 
nardino, Cal. 

Criou. See Suite savoyarde. 

Croix (La) de guerre; hymne patri- 
otique, paroles de Jules Ollive, jeune, 
musique de Louis Durante [of 
France] ; piano et chant. [833 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435460; Durante, Reims, France. 

Crosses (The) white; words by P. 

J. O'Reilly, music by Fred Royle 

[of Great Britain] ; in E. [834 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 1, 1919 ; 

E 435488 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Crossing the bar; part-song, words 
by Alfred Tennyson, music by Al- 
fred Wooler [of U. S.] ; piano or 
organ, mixed voices. 4to. (Choral 
music, series 35, no. 1363) [835 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 441444; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Crown Him ; words by Kelly, music 
by J. G. Milton [of IT. S.] ; high 
voice. [836 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441867; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Crowns of love ; by Anthony J. Show- 
alter, J. D. Patton, T. B. Mosley 
[and others, of U. S.] Dallas, Tex., 
The Showalter-Patton company, 
Chattanooga, Tenn., Perry bros. 
music co. 8vo. [837 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
aff. Jan. 11, 1919; A 509575; A. J. 
Showalter co, Dalton, Ga. 

Crusader's (The) star; words by S. 
L. McMillan, music by Lillian Ken- 
nedy Adams [of Canada] [838 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 435782; 
Sophia Louise McMillan, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Cuckoo (The) clock; words and 
music by Amy Ashmore Clark [of 
U. S.] [839 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442243 ; Artmusic, inc., New 
York. 

Cujus animam. See Rossini (Gioac- 
chino Antonio) 

Cueecanti; march two-step, by David 
E. Ordonez [of U. S.] ; piano. [840 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439854; D. E. Ordonez, Gunnison, 

Col. 

Daddy man ; words by Chas. W. Demp- 
ster, music by P. Frederick [of U. 
S.] Los Angeles, C. F. Loveland. 

[841 
© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439402 ; Pauline Frederick, Holly- 
wood, Cal. 

Daddy, why can't you come home to- 
night ; words by G. Williams, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[842 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441422; 
Geoffrey Williams, Washington. 

Daddy's pkayee; words by A. D. We- 
ber, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [843 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441129; 
Anna D. Weber, St. Paul. 

Daigah's dkeam ; Brazilian intermez- 
zo, by Spencer Williams [of U. S.], 
arr. by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [844 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 441570; C. A. Grimm, Chi- 
cago. 

Daina apie Veltuona.. See Vai gudri, 
gudri. 

Dainty little maiden ; words by Al- 
fred Tennyson, music by A. Favara 
[of Italy] ; high or medium voice. 

[845 
© Dec. 26, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 440908; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Dan Cupid's jubilee; words by G. A. 
Yoerger, music by A. F. Urbani [of 
U. S.], arr. by Edward J. Delehanty 
[of U. S.] [846 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 442502; 
George Anthony Yoerger and Arthur 
Frederick Urbani, Brooklyn. 



Dance of the harlequins ; schot- 
tische, by Bert R. Anthony [of U. 
S.] op. 141; piano. Boston, Evans 
music co. [847 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441467; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Dance of the lily buds ; mazurka, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 167; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[848 
© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441468; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Dance of the midgets ; caprice, by 
Milton R. Chittenden [of U. S.] ; 
banjo solo, C notation. [849 

© Nov. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440975 ; Maximum pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Dance of the young maidens ; by 
Lily Strickland [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Two Shawnee Indian dances, no. 1) 

[850 
© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442267; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dancing by numbers; from The offi- 
cers' mess, words by Davy Burnaby, 
music by Philip Braham [of Eng- 
land] [851 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435555 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Dancing (The) widow; a musical 

comedy, by George Rosey [of U. S.] ; 

instrumental. [852 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440984; 

G. M. Rosenberg, New York. 

Dans l'immense tristesse ; paroles 
de B. Galeron De Calone, musique cle 
Lili Boulanger [of France] [853 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435672; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Danse du javelot ; par F. L. de Car- 
delus [of France] op. 84 ; piano. 

[854 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435662; Editions musicales 
de la maison des arts, Paris. 

Danse espagnole ; Segoviane, by P. 
Lacome, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. 
S.] ; military band with conductor. 
4to. (Universal band journal, no. 
1481) [855 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442021; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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no. 2, 1919 



872' 



Danse languide. See Suite of four 
poetic album leaves. 

Danses de Dabia; de Georges Marty, 
arr. par. S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[856 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 22, 

1919; E 435628; Rouart, Lerolle et 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Davidson (Mrs. W. C.) Three songs; 
words and music by Mrs. W. C. 
Davidson [of U. S.] Contents: 
Shadowy mists. — Weary, tired and 
worn.— A lullaby. [857 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439859; Mrs. W. C. Davidson, 
White Plains, Ga. 

Dawn ; walse, words and music by 
Pedro De Zulueta [of Spain] ; piano 
with text. [858 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435749 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

Dawn deeams (Reve de matin) ; 
waltz, by Anatol Friedland [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [859 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919 ; E 441370 ; Gilbert & Friedland, 
inc., New York. 

Dawn (The) of peace; words by John 
F. Howard, music by R. H. Wood- 
man [of U. S.] [860 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; E 442000 ; R. 
Huntington Woodman, Brooklyn. 

Day-beeak. See Country thoughts. 

Day-deeams. See In fancy's realm. 

Day (A) of days ; words and music 
by Teresa Del Riego [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; in C. [861 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439642; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Daylight fades ; short vesper hymn, 
words by Margaret Churchill, music 
by Thome, arr. by C. P. Scott [of 
U. S.] ; sop. or ten. solo with mixed 
voices. 4to. (Choir music edition, 
no. 95) [862 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442017; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Days gone by. See Visions. 



Day's (The) woek; part-song, words 
by Ted Robinson, music by H. B. 
Hatch [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 

[863 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439401; Homer B. Hatch, Cleve- 
land. 

Deae little band so true ; words and 
music by L. V. Dufton [of U. S.] 

[864 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 441830; 

Lillian Virginia Dufton, Los Angeles. 

Deae little Jessamine; words by 
Mayme Gehrue, music by V. Ham- 
mond [of U. S.] [865 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441866; 
Victor Hammond, New York. 

Deae little Kate back in the 
states ; words by Ella S. Westover, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [866 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441271; 
Ella Westover, Cadillac, Mich. 

Deae little mothee of mine; words 
and music by J. A. Kilcullen [of 
U. S.] [867 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 441506 ; Joseph A. Kilcullen, 
Philadelphia. 

Deae Mabel; words and melody by 
Will A. Dillon [of U. S.] [868 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 442076; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Dear mothees do not weep; words 

and music by B. F. Crumling, arr. 

by C. H. Driskell [of U. S.] [869 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E. 442234; B. F. Crumling, Mt. 
Wolf, Pa. 

Deae old daddy; words and music by 
W. A. Zimmerman [of U. S.] [870 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; E 442601 ; W. 
A. Zimmerman, Salt Lake City. 

Deae old Pennsylvania ; words by J. 

F. Lyshon, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [871 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442313; 
John F. Lyshon, Pottsville, Pa. 

Deae old Red, W t hite and Blue; 
words and melody by E. W. Ruff [of 
U. S.] 4to. [872 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; E 440928 ; Ed- 
gar W. Ruff, Mobile. 



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pt. in, n. s.. 7. 14 



Delicieux langage ; par Eugene Hove- 
lacque [of France] ; quintette a 
cordes et bois seulement, solo de 
violon avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[873 
© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435691; E. Hovelacque, 
Paris. 

Demeure en juillet. See Melodies. 

Democracy; from the musical ro- 
mance, The royal vagabond, words 
by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by An- 
selm Goetzl [of Austria] [874 

© Jan. 29, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919 ; E 435692 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

words by B. Nokes, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [875 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442606; 
B. Nokes, Oakland, Cal. 

— — words bv William Mill Butler, 

music by C. J. Bond [of U. S.] [876 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 

1919 ; E 442132 ; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 

& son, Chicago. 

Democracy triumphs ; words and mu- 
sic by J. A. Lane [of U. S.] [877 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439398; 
James Alfred Lane, Los Angeles. 

Des hirten ruf ; gedicht von M. Klem- 
stein, musik von H. G. Babel [of U. 
S.] [878 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 : 
E 439391; H. G. Babel, Anderson, 
Ind. 

Desert island; from See you later, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music 
by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] [879 
© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441840; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Desire (The) of the American maid; 
words by G. D. Miryalis, melody by 
M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Rob- 
inson, of U. S.] [880 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439701; 
G. D. Miryalis, Los Angeles. 

Devotion ; words by H. Heine, tr. by 
John Todhunter, music by Julius 
Chaloff [of U. S.] op. 12, no. 2; 
in B flat [881 

© Nov. 30. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442032; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



Dialogue amoureux; par Eugene Ho- 
velacque [of" France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [882 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435684; E. Hovelacque, 
Paris. 

Diamond march ; by Dorothy L. Isaacs 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [883 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1919 ; E 441801 ; Jos r Krolage music 

co., Cincinnati. 

Did you ever fall in love ; words by 
N. J. Crawford, music by Roy Hart- 
zell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. 
S.] Washington, D. C, Publishers' 
service bureau. [884 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442441; N. J. Crawford, Lisa- 
beula, Wash. 

Dixie (The) darkey's war ways; 

words by H. G. Cull, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [885 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441658; 

H. G. Cull, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Dixie (A) honeymoon; words by 
Louis Arnold, music by Laurens R. 
Schueler [of U. S.] [886 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439862; Schueler & Arnold, Cin- 
cinnati. ■ 

Dixie is Dixie once more ; words and 
arr. of melody by Leo Turner, mel- 
ody by J. Karp [of U. S.] [887 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441655; 
James Karp, New York. 

Dixie Rose; words and music by N. 
F. Brown [of U. S.], arr. by Chris- 
tian A. Praetorius [of U. S.] [888 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441848; 
Norris Frank Brown, New York. 

Do something for someone to-day; 
words by Helen Fairfield, music by 
J. M. Black [of U. S.] 8vo. [889 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442454; James M. Black, Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 

Dodo, dodinette. See Rose des roses 
[et] Dodo, dodinette. 

Doe (The) skin blanket; words by 
Cecil Fanning, music by Charles 
Wakefield Cadman [of U. S.] op. 
66, no. 4; high voice. [890 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441620 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 



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no. 2, 1919 



90S 



Donizetti (Gaetano) Lucrezia Bor- 
gia ; selection, by G. Donizetti, an. 
by Christopher O'Hare [of U. S.] ; 
orch. (Concert edition for orches- 
tra, no. 531) [891 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439933; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

■ Sextet ; from Lucia di Lammer- 

moor, by G. Donizetti, trans, by 
Emile De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[892 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442410; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Don't ask me to forget ; ballad, words 
by Fred E. Hasty, music by James 
C. Osborne [of U. S.] 4to. [893 
© Dec. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439400; Harold Freeman music 
co., Providence, R. I. 

Don't be weary, traveler ; negro folk 
song, arr. by E. Aldama Jackson 
[of U. Si] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Modern series, no. 158) [894 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 441888; H. W. Gray co. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Don't cry, Frenchy, don't cry ; words 
by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, 
music by Walter Donaldson [of 
TJ. S.] 4to. [895 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 442391; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Don't cry, little girl; words by 

W. M. Packer, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [896 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442496; 

Wm. M. Packer, Detroit. 

Don't forget the boys who fought 
for you and me; words by Al. Jol- 
son and Harold Atteridge, music by 
Fred E. Ahlert [of U. S.] [897 
© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919 ; E 442257 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Don't sit up and wait for me ; words 

by N. W. Giles, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [898 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439882; 

Nellie W. Giles, Lake Preston, S. D. 

Don't worry for the Yankees hold 
the line i wards and music by W. J. 
Seabrook [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [899 
© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441744; William J. Sea- 
brook, Westover, Pa. 



Down South everything is jazz ; 
words and music by H. G. Simon 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [900 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441754; H. G. Simon, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Down with the Kaiser, on to Ber- 
lin ; words by R. Kemp, jr., music 
by Roy Hartzell [pseud of G. W. 
Ashley, of U. S.] Washington, D. 
C, Publishers' service bureau. [901 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1919; E 442440; Rufus Kemp, jr., 
Menard, 111. 

Dragon-flies. See In fancy's realm. 

Dramatic andante; by Fred Lus- 
comb [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. (Mov- 
ing picture series, no. 60) [902 
© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442018; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Dream (The) girl; intermezzo, by 

Herman Finck [of England] ; reed 

and brass band. 4to. [903 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435725 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Dream of love ; reverie, by Ernst 
Krohn [of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, 
Evans, music co. [904 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441464; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Dream of paradise ; reverie, by 
Emile De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[905 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442416; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Dream (A) of the judgment ; words 
and music by C. A. Churchill [of 
U. S.] 8vo. [906 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1919; E 441074; Chester Arthur 
Churchill, Sapa, Miss. 

Dreaming; words by W. F. Gubitz, 
jr., music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [907 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441667; 
Wm. F. Gubitz, jr., Glen Falls, 
N. Y. 

Dreaming in the twilight; words 

bv D. Gillespie, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [908 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441400; 

Dwight Gillespie, Spring City, Pa. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Dreaming sweet dreams of mother; 
by Jack Cadiggan and Jas. A. Bren- 
nan [of U. S.], arr. by Stephen O. 
Jones [of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 

[909 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441056 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Dreams I dream of you; words by 
J. A. Coyle, music by author and 
John* Kennedy [of U. S.], arr. by 
Eleanor Fordyce [of U. S.] [910 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441497; 
Joseph A. Coyle, Philadelphia. 

Dreams of home sweet home; words 
and melody by Dave Harris, Joe 
Santly and Cliff Hess [of U. S.] 

[911 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 439964; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Dreams of the past; words by M. L. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [912 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441569; 
M. L. Smith, Bath, Me. 

Dreamy nights; melody, by F. Ma- 
gine and A. Glatt [of U. S.] [913 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442287; 
Frank Magine and Abe Glatt, Chi- 
cago. 

Drifting on the dreamy Delaware; 
words and music by J. A. Kilcullen 
[of U. S.] [914 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 441505; Joseph A. Kilcul- 
len, Philadelphia. 

Drinking song. See Hammond (Rich- 
ard P.) Six songs from Burns. 

Drunkard's (The) doom; words by 
E. G. Davis, melody by M. Peree 
[pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of 
U. S.] [915 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439698; 
Elizabeth G. Davis, Roanoke, Va. 

Duo seraphim (Lo, two seraphim) ; 
motet, English tr. and adaptation by 
Winfred Douglas [of U. S.], music 
by Thomas Ludovicus Victoria, ed. 
by Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] ; wom- 
en's or children's voices. 4to. Span- 
ish sacred motets, no. 4) [916 
© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442199 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translating 
and editing] 



Duty's caul ; words by E. V. Shackel- 
ford, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [917 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441240; 
E. V. Shackelford, Oakdale, Cal. 

Dying (The) harper; David of the 
white rock, English version by John 
Oxenford, music, old Welsh folk- 
melody arr. by Kurt Schindler [of 
U. S.] ; high voice. [918 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1918; E 439314; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

part-song, English version by 



John Oxenford, music, old Welsh 
folk-melody, arr. by Kurt Schindler 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Welsh choral ballads, no. 13287) 

[919 

© Dec. 14, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1918; E 439305; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

'E ffemmene surdate; versi di Frank 
Amodio, musica di Gennaro Quar- 
anta [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; mand. ace. New York, E. 
Rossi. 4to. [920 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919; E 442119; Gaetano Esposito 
Pasqualotto, New York. 

Early English sonatinas by compos- 
ers OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY J 

rev. by Alec Rowley [of England] ; 
piano. (New Century edition, v. 1, 
no. 50) Contents: Sonatina in C, 
Trumpet minuet, Hunting jig ; by W. 
Duncombe. — Sonatina in G. ; by T. 
Attwood. — Sonatina in C ; by C. H. 
Wilton. [921 

© Oct. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1919; E 435610; Winthrop Rogers, 
ltd., London. 

Easter tide; death life gives, duet, 
solo and chorus, words and music by 
H. E. Isaacs [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. [922 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442296; 
Henrietta Emmons-Isaacs, Forest 
City, la. 

Eastertide ; seven tableaux with sing- 
ing and descriptive readings from 
the Holy Bible, by Paul Bliss [of U. 
S.] ; three-part chorus of women's 
or children's voices. 4to. [923 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
22, 1919 ; A 510602 ; Willis music cq>, 
Cincinnati. 



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Echoes of the past ; from A southern 
maid, words by Harry Graham, 
music by Harold Fraser-Simson [of 
England] [924 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435559; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Ecstasy; four-part chorus, words by 
Alma Webster Powell, music by Cor- 
nelius Rybner [of U. S.] op. 24, no. 
2; mixed voices. 4to. (Secular 
choruses, no. 6790) [925 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 439917; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Egyptianola; by H. Forrest [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [926 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439869; 
Hamilton Forrest, Chicago. 

Elegie; by Ellis Levy [of U. S.] op. 

19, no. 1 ; violin and piano. [927 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 27, 

1919 ; E 441786 ; Shattinger piano & 

music co., St. Louis. 

Elegie; par H. Bouillard et Eug. 

Hovelacque [of France] ; orch. avec 

piano cOnducteur. 4to. [928 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1919; E 435690; Hovelacque, Paris. 

Eleventh (The) of November; words 

by J. P. Canevari, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [929 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441544; 

J. P. Canevari, Port Arthur, Tex. 

Eli Eli lomo asavtoni (Oh God, my 
God, why hast Thou forsaken me) ; 
arr. by Josef Bonime [of U. S.] 

[930 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441789; Jos, P. Katz, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
original introduction and harmoni- 
zation] 

Emblem (The) of libeety ; words by 

C. W. Huntley, melody by Luther 

A. Clark [of U. S.] [931 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439682; 

C. W. Huntley, Seattle. 

Emendemus in melius et memento 
homo (Let us thoroughly amend) ; 
motet, English tr. and adaptation 
by Winfred Douglas [of U. S.], mu- 
sic by Christophorus Morales, ed. by 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Spanish sacred mo- 
tets, no. 2) [932 
© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31. 
1919; E 442201; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translating and editing] 



En reve cette nuit. See Melodies. 

End (The) of the long, long trail; 
words by A. D. Lewis, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [933 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442492; 
Alice De Vilbiss Lewis, Westpoint, 
Cal. 

England, good old England, Uncle is 
backing you up ; words by R. D. 
Francis, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [934 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441687; 
Robert D. Francis, Havana, Cuba. 

England is my country ; quick march, 
by W. C. McKibbin, arr. by J. Ord 
Hume [of Great Britain] ; band. 
4to. (Boosey's march journal, no. 
341) [935 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435740; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

English songs in prose and verse; 
fifty pieces, words by various au- 
thors set to music by E. Duncan [of 
England] bk. I, no. 1-10. Glasgow, 
Aird & Coghill, ltd. 4to. [936 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 1 c. Nov. 25, 
1918 ; E 435750 ; Edmonstoune Dun- 
can, Sale, England. 

Entrance of English party; from A 
southern maid, musical play, by 
Harold Fraser-Simson [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [937 
© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435536: Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Er bullo innamorato ; versi e musica 
di Americo Giuliani [of Italy] ; 
mandolino e canto. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli e c. 4to. [938 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435647 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Esmeralda gavotte; by H. Engelman 
[of U. S.] ; piano, second grade. 

[939 
© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441651; Chart music pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Etoile de ma vie (Star of my life) ; 
celebre melodie anglaise de Lao 
Silesu, arr. par. S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [940 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 4355S7; Chappell et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Etude de concert; by Constantin 
Sternberg- [of U. S.] ; piano. [941 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439950 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
Evening stae. See Wagner (Richard) 
Ever slnce you told me that you 
cared ; words by Betty Bellin, music 
by E. Fortunate [of U. S.] [942 

© Jan. 29, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1919 ; E 442127 ; Eugenio Fortunate, 
Philadelphia. 
Ever since you told me that you 
loved me; by E. Fortunate [of U. 
S.] ; orch. 4to. [943 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 442367 ; Eugenio Fortunate, Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
orchestration] 
Every man's land; marching song, 
words by John Finley, music by I. 
Richmond and L. A. Austin [of U. 
S.] [944 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 441575; Lucien A. Austin 
and Irene Richmond, Philadelphia. 
Everybody takes you by the hand, 
in home sweet home ; words and 
music by L. J. Kaley [of U. S.] 

[945 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440987; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

EVERYTING IS PEACHES DOWN IN 

Georgia ; quartette, by Grant Clarke, 
Milton Ager and Geo. W. Meyer 
[of U. S.], arr. by Stephen O. Jones 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [946 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439898 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Evil (An) veil eor love; words by C. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [947 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441414; 
Cornelius Smith, Salt Lake City. 

Excelsior chart for concertina ; four 
page pamphlet of 76 and 102 keys. 
4to. [948 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441646; Chart music pub. 
co., Chicago. . 

Exultante (L') tendresse; ouverture, 
de Gabriel-Marie, arr. par Hans 
Ourdine [of France] ; orch. et piano 
conducteur. 4to. [949 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435582; Societe frangaise 
d'editions musicales, theatrales et 
cinematographiques, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



Eyes of the world ; words and music 
by B. Sherman [i. e. B. S. Uhlfelder, 
of U. S.] [950 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441609; Blanche Sherman Uhl- 
felder, New York. 

Fair honeymoon, shine on ; from The 
velvet lady, lyric by Henry Blossom, 
music by Victor Herbert [of U. S.] 

[951 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 439910 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Fairy ring. See Visions. 

Faith; duet, words and music by 
Arthur Charlton [of Great Britain] ; 
sop. and ten. in F. [952 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 435491; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Faith (The) of a soldier's mother; 
words and music by L. Tiberghien 
[of U. S.] [953 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439839; Lois Tiberghien, 
Sac City, la. 

Fake advertising plans; words and 
melody by J. A. G. Bedney , [of 
U. S.] [954 

© 1 c. Dec. 12, 1918; E 440978; 
James A. Garfield Bedney, Represa, 
Cal. 

Family (The) doctor; comic quar- 
tette, words and music by J. S. 
Fearis [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 

[955 
© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441625; J. S. Fearis, 
Chicago. 

Fandango; characteristic rag, one- 
step or fox-trot, by Gus Winkler [of 
U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [956 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 441571; C. A. Grimm, Chi- 
cago. 

Fantaisie de bravoure; etude ro- 
mantique, by Theodora Dutton [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Four etudes ro- 
mantiques for advanced students, no. 
Ill) [957 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442276; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Fantaisie romantique ; par Eugene 
Hovelacque [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [958 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435679; E. Hovelacque, 
Paris. 



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976 



Fantaisies, rondos et oeuvres di- 
verses. See Mozart (Wolfgang Am- 
adeus) 

Farewell, Kaiser Bill; words by 
R. G. Mohr, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [959 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441724; 
Robert G Mohr, Jefferson, Col. 

Faune (Le) ; poesie de Paul Verlaine, 

musiqne de Irene Dean Paul Pol- 

dowski [of England] [960 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 

E 435739 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Femmena malamente; versi di G. E. 
Pnsqualotto, musica di Gennaro 
Quaranta [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; mand. ace. New York, 
E. Rossi. 4to. [961 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 441816; Gaetano Esposito 
Pasqualotto, New York. 

Fern elf; by Leo Oehmler [of U. S.] 
op. 273 ; piano. Boston, Evans music 
co. [962 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919 ; E 441460 ; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Few (A) minutes in the Alps; 
melody, by L. I. Liggy [of U. S.] 

[983 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441858; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Fidgety feet; jazz one step, by D. J. 
La Rocca and Larry Shields, arr. by 
Leroy Walker [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[964 
© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 442167; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

one step, by D. J. La Rocca and 

Larry Shields [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[965 
© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 439966; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Fifteenth (The) infantry; words 
and music by A. Rnzafkeriefo [of 
U. S.], arr. by William Taylor [of 
U. S.] T966 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441572; 
Andrea Razafkeriefo, New York. 

Fight for liberty ; words by G. Eix- 
mann, music by Leo Friedman [of 
TJ. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [967 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441292; G. Eixmann. Chicago. 

107243—19 3 63 



Fine (The) young soldier; words by 
George Ellis, music by Herbert 
Townsend [of England] ; no. 2 in A. 

[968 
© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435736; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Fiore d' America ; waltz, by Luigi Or- 
leo [of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn, 
N. Y.], arr. by Joseph Gio6 [of 
U. S.] ; mand. 4to. [969 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441903; 
Nicolo Biondo, New York. 

Fiorin del prato ; chanson de la mon- 
tagne, par Augusto Rotoli, transcrip- 
tion de H. Mouton [of Italy] ; petit 
orch. avec piano conducteur et har- 
monium parties ad lib. 4to. (Col- 
lection orchestrina, no. 25) [970 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 30. 1918 ; 
E 435480 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Fire fly ; lyric by C. Kranz, melody by 
T. A. Haminid [of U. S.], arr. by 
Wm. J. Carle [of U. S.] [971 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442100; 
Tauscha Abdul Hammid and Charles 
Kranz, New York. 

Fire scenes : by J. Barr [of U. S.] ; pi- 
ano. [972 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; E 439605 ; Jane 
Barr, Brooklyn. 

First (The) American composer; 6 
songs by Francis Hopkinson, ed. and 
augmented by Harold V. Milligan [of 
U. S.] ; high, low voice. (Schmidt's 
educational series, no. 212 a — b) 

[973 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1919; E 440927; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

First bagatelle; by Cyril Scott Tof 

England] ; pf. [974 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 

E 435758 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Five tone poems ; suggested from Ed- 
ward Fitzgerald's translation of 
Omar Khayyam, by Frederick Hall 
[of Australia] ; piano. (Imperial 
ed., no. 334) [975 

© Nov. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 435634 ; Allan & co. pty., ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Flag (The) ; words and music by E. 

Dowland [of U. S.], arr. by Walter 

H. Colverd [of U. S.] [976 

© 1 c. Jan, 20, 1919; E 441432; 

Edwin Dowland, San Francisco. 



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Flag deill; schottische, by Bert It. 

Anthony [of U. S.] op. 168; piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [977 

© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 

E 441469 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Flag (The) for you and me; words 
by C. Schwartz, melody by M. Peree 
[pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of 
U. S.] [978 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439699; 
Clara Schwartz, New Haven. 

Flag of flags; words by Harvey 
Worthington Loomis, music by A. 
Edward Johnstone [of U. S.] 4to. 

[979 
© Oct. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919; 
E 439651 ; Arthur E. Johnstone, New 
York. 

Flag of liberty ; march and one step, 
by W. C. Stahl [of U. S.] ; 1st, 2d, 3d 
mandolin, guitar, piano, tenor man- 
dola, mando cello and banjo obbl. 

[980 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439840 ; Win. O. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

Flag (The) of my country, the girl 
of my heart; words by Etta Wal- 
lace Miller, music by Reginald Bil- 
lin [of U. S.] [981 

© Jan. 4, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919; 
E 441067; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Flag of our fathers; words by J. L. 
Dinmiitt, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [982 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441119; 
J. L. Dimmitt, Los Angeles. 

Flag of victory; words by M. Mcln- 

tyre, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [983 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442594; 

Mary Mclntyre, Albany. 

Fleur-de-lys, flow'r of France bloom 
again ; words and music by Robert 

• Levenson [of U. S.] [984 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 

E 441978 ; David W. Cooper, Boston. 

Fleur ( La ) tombe ; paroles de J. 

• Pargny, musique de J. Pernet [of 
France] . [985 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435675 ; Jules Pernet, Nice, France. 
Float with the tide ; from The offi- 
cers' mess, words by Douglas Hoare, 
music by Philip Braham [of Eng- 
land] [986 

© Nov. 29, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435553; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 



Flora Macdonald. See 1745. 

Flotow ( Friedrich von ) Ah ! so 
pure ; from the opera Martha, by F. 
von Flotow, trans, by Emile De Bar 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [987 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442415 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Flower of my heart ; words by Fleta 
Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spen- 
cer [of U. S.] [988 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 441604 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Flowers of hope; words by H. D. 
Thompson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [989 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441245; 
Helen Dodge Thompson, Glen Ellyn, 
111. 

Flowery (The) month of June; two- 
part song, words anon., music by 
Arthur W. Marchant [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; women's voices. 4to. (Two- 
part songs for women's voices, no. 
132S1) [990 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439951; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Follow me; from Somebody's sweet- 
heart, words by Alonzo Price, music 
by Antonio Bafunno [of U. S.] 

[991 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442351; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Follow the girls; words by F. V. 
Rossi, jr., music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [992 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441529; 
F. V. Rossi, jr., Newark, N. J. 

Fond de l'ocean. See Poemes de ia 
mer. 

Foot (The) prints in the walk; 
words by H. J. Hamilton, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [993 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441661; 
H. J. Hamilton, Missoula, Mont. 

Footstep (The) fairies ; recitation 
with music by Walter Howe Jones 
[of U. S.] ; piano. ['994 

© Jan 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 441484; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 



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1012 



For country and you ; words and mu- 
sic by I. Catalana [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delinar music co. [995 
© Jan. 10. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441349; Iva Catalana, Ma- 
rion, O. 

For democracy ; words and music by 
L. C. Faine [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [99G 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441766; Elsie Fine, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

For each star that's in Old Glory 
I'm going to kill a Hun ; words 
and music by J. H. O'Brien [of IT. 
S.] [997 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441116; 
J. H. O'Brien, Pottsville, Pa. 

For ev'ry tear you've shed, I'll bring 
a million smiles ; words by Ben 
Bard, music by Ray Lawrence [of 
U. S.] [998 

© Jan. 20. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441022; Meyer Cohen music pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

For freedom and for France; words 

and music by M. J. Andrup [of U. 

S.] [999 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441518; 

Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 

For I know she is thinking of me; 
words and music by S. E. Atkinson 
[of U. S.] [1000 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441378; S. E. Atkinson, 
Woodstock, 111. 

For true liberty; mountain maid's 
invitation, words and music by Al- 
bert R. J. Graepp [of U. S.] [1001 
© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28. 
1919; E 442078; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

For world democracy, we have died ; 
words by E. J. Tucker, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1002 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441164; 
Edward James Tucker, Port Arthur, 
Canada. 

For you love me as I love you ; words 
by W. Middleton, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1003 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441683; 
W. Middleton, Victoria, Canada. 

Forever will be a day ; from the oper- 
etta Owing to the war, words by 
Stanley Meredith, music by K. Han- 



Forever will be a day — Continued, 
dyside [of Canada] Toronto, W. R. 
Draper. [1004 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435753; Keith Handyside, Lon- 
don, Canada. 

Forgive and forget if you can ; words 

and melody by Anita Owen [of U. 

S.] [1005 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919; E 439S93; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Forward march ; by J. Meinrath [of 
U. S.l, arr. by H. O. Wheeler [of 
U. S.] ; piano. - [1006 

© Feb. 1. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441921 ; Joseph Meinrath, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Forward to the lines ; words by G. 
D. Miryalis, melody by M. Peree 
[pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of 
U. S.] [1007 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441870; 
G. D. Miryalis, Los Angeles. 

Fragments psychologiques; by Ger- 
ald Tyrwhitt [of England] ; piano. 
Contents : 1. La haine. — 2. Le rire. — 
3. Un soupir. [1008 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435737; J. & W. Chester, London. 

France, our sweetheart of the 
world ; words and music by F. M. 
Benjamin [of Canada], arr. by Jules 
Brazil [of Canada] [1009 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 435617; Florence M. Ben- 
jamin, Toronto, Canada. 

Francesco del Fuego; from A south- 
ern maid, words by Harry Graham, 
music by Harold Fraser-Simson [of 
England] [1010 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435549; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Freedom for all ; words and music by 
F. M. Cornell [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [1011 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441334; Frank M. Cornell, 
Seattle. 

Freedom for all forever ; words by A. 
M. Remington, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1012 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441706; 
Alice M. Remington, Villard, Minn. 



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Freedom of sea; words and music by 

I. J. N. Okupiak [of U. S.] [1013 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441254; 

Ignace J. N. Okupniak, Gardner, 

Mass. 

• words and muisc by I. J. N. Okup- 
niak [of U. S.] [1014 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441527; 
Ignace J. N. Okupniak, Gardner, 

Mass. 

Freedom to the world — peace has 
come ; words by F. A. Walker, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1015 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441546; 
Frank A. Walker, Rye, N. Y. 

Freedom's flag ; words by D. Howells, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[1016 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439884; 
David Howells, Six Mile Run, Pa. 



words by E. L. 
Leo Friedman [of 
North Ameri can 
[1017 
2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
Rowles, Goodhue, 

ich fand ; gedicht 

, musik von H. G. 

[1018 

; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

Babel, Anderson, 



Freedom's hope ; 
Rowles, music by 
U. S.] Chicago, 
music co. 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 
E 441320; E. L. 
Minn. 

Fketjnd (Der), den 
von M. Klemstein 
Babel [of U. S.] 

© Dec. 28, 1918 
E 439390; H. G. 
Ind. 

Friendly moon. See Never - lonely 
child. 

Friendship ; words by A. Clunk, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1019 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441551; 

A. Clunk, Victoria, Canada. 

From the Hudson to Berlin ; words 

by Mrs. G. E. Reed, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1020 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441657; 

Mrs. Geo. E. Reed, Monroe, N. Y. 

Fulfillment ; words and music by M. 

A. McMichael [of U. S.] [1021 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 442285; 

Mary Ainsle McMichael, San Juan 

Bantista, Cal. 

.Fuschia flower; words and melody 

by T. A. Hammid and C. Kranz [of 

U. S.], arr. by William J. Carle [of 

U. S.] [1022 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441478; 

Tausha Abdul Hammid and Charles 

Kranz, New York. 



Gallant heeoes back feom war; 
words and music by H. F. Lennard 
[of Great Britain] London, Weekes 
& co. I61110. [1023 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919 ; E 435568 ; H. Fendick Lennard, 
London. 

Gallant (The) young hero, the wild 
Ieish boy ; words and music by M. J. 
Fitzpatrick [of U. S.] New York, 
Fitzpatrick bros. [1024 

© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919: E 439979; Michael J. Fitz- 
patrick, New York. 

Game (The) of love; words by G. J. 
Schratz, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [1025 

© Dec. 9. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441310; George J. Schratz, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Garden of memoeies; words by Tom 
Kilfoy, music by Bertram Fenton 
[of England] ; medium voice. Man- 
chester, Swift's music publishers. 

[1026 
© Jan. 4, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 435778; H. F. Swift, Man- 
chester, England. 

Garden (A) of peace; words by Fred. 
G. Bowles, music by Arthur Baynon 
[of Great Britain] [1027 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435476; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Garibaldi a Marsala mazurka; mel- 
ody, by Giuseppe Tarantola [of 
Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.l 

[1028 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919; E 442196; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Gariel (Ed.) Tres danzas mexicanas : 
por E. Gariel [of Mexico] ; piano. 

[1029 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 435698; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Gatheeing of the clans. See 1745. 

Gavotte; by Clinton Jonas [of U. S.] 
op. 12, no. 2; piano. (Two dances 
for the piano, no 2) [1030 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442281; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

by F. A. Marsh [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1031 
© 1 c. Oct. 18, 1918; E 441930; 
Florence A. Marsh, Detroit. 



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1049 



Gavotte Elisabeth; by Jane Betty 

[of France] ; piano. [1032 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 

1919; E 435707; L. Maillochon, 

Paris. 

Gazza ladra ; ouverture. See Album 
d'ouvertures. 

Gee, but America's a grand old place ; 
words and melody by E. Eckerson 
[of U. S.], arr. by Thos. F. Cornell 
[of U. S.] [1033 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442433; 
Emma Eckerson, Schenectady, 
N. Y. 

General Pershing; victory march, 
by C. Garland [i. e. C. G. Good- 
win, of U. S.] ; piano. [1034 
© Jan. 1, 1919; 2 c Jan. 9, 1919; 
E 442114; Clarice Garland Good- 
win, Pasadena, Cal. 

words by J. R. Shannon and Ray 

Sherwood, music founded on the 
famous melody General Pershing 
march, by Carl D. Vandersloot [of 
U. S.] [1035 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441289; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. 

General Pershing, we are strong for 
you; words by J. A. Baker, melody 
by Mae Clark, arr. by Mae Clark 
Hullett [of U. S.] [1036 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 440917; 
Jewett Adams Baker, Alameda, Cal. 

Genova ridente; marcia, by S. Agos- 
tino, arr. by L. E. De Francesco [of 
IT. S.] ; piano. [1037 

© Jan. 20. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441637; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Get your little nightie on ; words 

and melody by R. R. Hanch [of 

U. S.] [1038 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 441922; 

Richard R. Hanch, St. Paul. 

Ghost (A) story ; by Louis A. Brookes 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Scenes of child- 
hood.) [1039 
. © Oct. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919; E 441796; Jos. Kiolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Giardtni (F.) Canzone; par F. 
Giardini, arr. par Emilio Pente [of 
Great Britain] ; violino et piano. 

[1040 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435719; Schott & co., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on selection 

and arrangement] 



Giddy- ap Napoleon ; rube fox trot, by 
Jacob Kaufman [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1041 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 

E 440986; Triangle music pub. co., 

New York. 

Gipsy princess; danse orientale, by 

Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano in C. 

[1042 
© Feb. 4, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919; 
E 442406 ; Louis Better music co., St. 
Louis. 
Girl and boy; from The velvet lady, 
lyric by Henry Blossom, music by 
Victor Herbert [of U. S.] [1043 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 439911 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 
Girl (The) behind the gun ; selec- 
tion, by Ivan Caryll, arr. by Chas. 
Previn [of U. S.] ; orch. [1044 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919 ; E 441278 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 
Girl (The) that don't care for me; 
words by P. Curran [pseud, of P. 
Morrisey], melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[1045 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441875; 
Patrick Morrisey, Juneau, Alaska. 
Girl (The) with the million dollar 
smile ; words and music by George 
Myers [of U. S.] [1046 

© Jan. 4, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919 ; E 441475 ; Mrs. Frank Coveny, 
Chicago. 
Give a man a horse he can ride ; part- 
song, words by James Thomson, mu- 
sic by Geoffrey O'Hara [of U. S.], 
arr. by Louis Koemmenich [of U. 
S.] ; male voices. 4to. (Series of 
part songs for men's voices, no. 3007 ) 

[1047 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441590; Huntzinger & Dil worth, 
New York. 
Give honor to the soldier boy ; words 
by D. Ludwig, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North Am- 
erican music co. [1048 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441309 ; Dora Ludwig, New Berlin, 
111. 
Give me back just one more day : 
words by B. Fleishman, music by 
Wm. Owens [of U. S.], arr. by B. 
Fleishman [of U. S.] [1049 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1918; E 430608 ; 
Brownie Fleishman, Baltimore. 



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Give me to-day and thee ; words by 

William Sloan, music by Ernest 

Trail tman [of U. S.] [1050 

© Jan. 9, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919; 

E 439635 ; Joe Reinhorn, New York. 

Give the Sammie ceedit ; words and 
music by A. Schmid [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [1051 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441758; Albert Sclimid, Milwau- 
kee. 

Give to us Thy peace enduring; the 
gates of dawn, words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Valentine Hemerv 
[of England] ; no. 2 in F. [1052 
© Jan 13, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435735; Warren & Phillips, Lon- 
don. 

Glad rags ; jazz or fox trot, by Alex- 
andre Durand [of England] ; piano. 

[1053 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 

E 435733; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

Glad tidings : a study in arpeggios, by 
Bert 11. Avthony [of U. S.] op. 158; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[1054 
©Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 441470 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Glisser ; by S. Asher [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Seattle, Wash., Asher pub co., [1055 
© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439843 ; Sol Asher, Seattle. 

Gloire au President Wilson; paroles 

et musique de Leon Joreb [of 

France] ; piano et chant. [1056 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 

E 435669 ; Pele-mele-edition, Paris. 

Glorianna ; selection, _by Rudolf 
Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert [of Ger- 
many, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano. [1057 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 439919; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Glory (The) flag; words and music 
by Anna Lundy Cupp [of U. S.] 

[1058 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441092; 
Mrs. Sam Cupp, Homedale, Id. 
Glory, glory for our boys ; words by 
P. J. Gauvin, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1059 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442334 ; 
Philip Joseph Gauvin, Olneyville, 
R. I. 



Go down, Moses ; negro spiritual, 
words anon., music arr. by E. Al- 
dama Jackson [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Modern series, no. 
157) [1060 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 441906; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

God bless our soldier boys ; words by 
Orley S. Johnston, music by Russell 
C. Poyster [of U. S.] E:khart, Ind., 
Poyster, Johnston music co. [1061 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439S53; Delta sigma upsilon fra- 
ternity, Elkhart, Ind. 

God bless our women ; set to tune, 
Battle^hymn of the republic, words 
and arr. of music by H. C. Stanton 
[of U. S.], music by W. Steffo [i. e. 
John William Steffe] Svo. [1062 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 
E 441516 ; Horace C. Stanton, Phila- 
delphia. 

God is a spirit ; words from the Bible, 

music by Charles P. Scott [of U. S.] ; 

high voice, in F. [1063 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439952 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

God is not unrighteous; anthem, 
words from the Bib'e, music by 
Stanley T. Rieff [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. ( Octavo series, mixed voices, 
sacred, no. 1264) [1064 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440940; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

God mother near; words by F. M. 

Hurley, music by Harry L. Alford 

[of U. S.] [1065 

© Jan. 17, 1919, 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439844; F. M. Hurley, Leipsic, O. 

God of the nations ; duet, words by 
Sara E. Branscombe, music by Gena 
Branscombe [i. e. G. B. Tenney, of 
U. S.] ; sop. or ten. and baritone or 
alto. [1066 

© Jan. 30. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442214; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

God protect my daddy; words and 
music by John D. Curran [of 
Canada], arr. by Jules Brazil. [1067 
© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435573; Musgrave bros., Toronto, 
Canada. 



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God's in His heaven, all's well; 
words by Arthur Anderson, music by 
Harold Samuel [of England]. 

[1068 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435534; Ascherberg. Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

God save oue men ; quartet, words and 
music by Grace Twyman, arr. by 
Lyman Brackett [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [1069 

© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 441453; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

God spaee our boys over there ; quar- 
tet, by Wm. Jerome, and J. F. Ma- 
honey [of U. S.], arr. by Stephen 
O. Jones [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
4to. [1070 

© Dec. 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441052 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

God's ministering angel; words by 
A. E. Shultz, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1071 
© 1 c. Jan 9, 1919 ; E 441170 ; A. 
E. Shultz, Portsmouth, Va. 

God's promises hold ; words by C. 
Louise Bell, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel [of U. S.] [1072 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 441428; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

God's service flag of love ; words and 
music by Rachel Storey and Leo 
Wood [of U. S.] [1073 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442365; Meyer Cohen music pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

Golden hours ; novelette, by Ethel- 
berta Hasbrouck [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1074 
© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 441363 ; C. C. Church & co., Hart- 
ford. 

Golden rain ; two-part song, words by 
Joan Rundall, music by Walter G. 
Alcock [of England] ; sop. and con- 
tralto. 4to. (Yearbook press series 
of unison and part-songs, ed. by Mar- 
tin Akerman, no. 153) [1075 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 435569 ; H. F. W. Deane & sons, 
the Year book press, ltd., London. 



Golden stars and blue ; words by E. 
M. Dixon, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1076 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441542; 
Edith M. Dixon, Bloomington, 111. 

Gondola (La) nera ; ballata, par Au- 
gusto Rotoli, transcription de H. 
Mouton [of Italy] ; petit orch. avec 
piano conducteur et harmonium 
parties ad lib. 4to. (Collection 
orchestrina, no. 26) [1077 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 435481; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Good-bye daddy dear ; words and music 
by W. A. Zimmerman [of U. S.] 

[1078 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442599; 
W. A. Zimmerman, Salt Lake City. 

Good-bye England, France and Italy ; 

words by C. Matson, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1079 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442491; 

Charles Matson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Good bye foreign land, hello Uncle 
Sam ; words by S. C. Lamson, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1080 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441420; 
Sadie C. Lamson, Easthampton, 
Mass. 

Goodbye France ; words and music by 
L. R. Ice [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmnr 
music co. [1081 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441762 ; Leman R. Ice, East Pales- 
tine, O. 

words by E. Vincent, melody by 

M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher. 
of U. S.] [10S2 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439693; 
Emma Vincent, St. Louis. 

Good-bye, France, we're leaving you ; 

words by L. Knopp, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1083 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441243; 

Loy Knopp, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Good bye mother dear; words by B. 
A. Dietz, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1084 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441178 ; B. 
A. Dietz, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Good bye, my Paris girlie; words by 

H. J. Mueller, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1085 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441247; 

H. J. Mueller, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 



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Good rye, my Paris girlie — Contd. 

Same. [1086 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441526; 
H. J. Mueller, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

Good rye old khaki lid ; words by Lee 
M. Walker, music by Arthur Lament 
[of U. S.] [1087 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439927; P. B. Haviland pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Good rye sunny France ; the soldiers 
return, written by J. B. McDaniel, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
New Bern, N. C, Joseph P. McDaniel. 

[1088 
© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441424 ; Joseph B. McDaniel, New 
Bern, N. C. 

Good-rye sweetheart, good-rye ; words 
by A. Mancuso, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [1089 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441291; Anthony Mancuso, Car- 
bondale, Pa. 

Good-rye, Teddy Roosevelt, you were 
a real American ; words by Alfred 
Brvan, music by Fred Fisher [of 
U. S.] [1090 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441818; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 

Good morning, Mr. Zip, Zip, Zip ; quar- 
tette, by Robert Lloyd, arr. by Alfred 
J. Doyle [of U. S.] ; male voices . 4to. 

[1091 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441057; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Good morning waltz ; by Adolph Lin- 
den [of U. S.] op. 69, A; piano. 
(Carnival of the treble clef) [1092 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6. 1919 ; 
E 442419 ; Louis Better music co., St. 
Louis. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Cava- 
tina ; from Faust by C. Gounod, arr. 
by Thos. Bidgood [of England] ; 
euphonium solo, brass and reed band. 
4to. [1093 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435724 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Grandpa's polka ; by Louis A. Brookes 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Scenes of child- 
hood.) [1094 
© Oct. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 441799; Jos. Krolage music co., 
Cincinnati. 



Great (A) day has come for the 

U. S. A.; words and music bv O. A. 

Wheat [of U. S.] [1095 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441255; 

Olive A. Wheat, Ottumwa, la. 

Great (The) love song or spring; 

words by I. B. Brown, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1096 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442477 ; Ida 

Brown, Pocatello, Id. 

Greater Clarksrurg ; march, by Wlan- 

dyslaw Bork [of U. S.] ; piano. [1097 

© Aug. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 30, 1918 ; 

E 441577 ; H. Boffa music house, 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Green grow the rashes O. See Ham- 
mond (Richard P.) Six songs from 
Burns. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Poeme ero- 
tique; part-song, words anon., music 
by E. Grieg, op. 43, no. 5, arr. by 
Homer B. Hatch [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. (Part-songs for men's 
voices, no. 13385) [109S 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442204 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Sonate, pour piano et violon ; par 

Ed. Grieg, op. 13, transcription par 
Lucien Garban [of France] ; piano & 
4 mains, obi. 8vo. (Edition classi- 
que, no. 9608) [1099 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435666; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 

Grumrach (Martha) 8 ieqons d'har- 
mOnie ; realisation a 4 parties, par 
M. Grumbach [of France] ; chant et 
basse alternes. [1100 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435467; Maurice Senart & cie., 
Paris. 

Guard mount ; march, by M. Hovey [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [1101 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1918 ; 

E 440930 ; Marion Hovey, New York. 

Guiding (The) star; America, words 

by Mrs. R. M. Jones, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1102 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441671; 

Mrs. R. M. Jones, Louisville, Ky. 

Guitar serenade ; by Leo Oehmler [of 

U. S.] op. 219; piano. [1103 

© Jan. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439937 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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Gypsy boy; words and music by D. 

Garrabrant [of U. S.], arr. by Ford 

[of U. S.] [1104 

© 1 c. May 24, 1918; E 441908; 

Douglas Garrabrant, Paterson. 

Gypsy rose ; words by Harry D. Kerr, 
music by Constance Loeser [of U. S.] 

. [1105 
© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 442003 ; Los Angeles music pub. co., 
Los Angeles. 

Habanera ; by Theo. Henrion [of Bel- 
gium] ; piano. [HOG 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 435771; 
Ina Henrion, Montreal, Canada. 

Hail hail our star gem'ed flag ; 
hymn-anthem, words and music by 
A. H. Sirams [of U. S.] 4co. [1107 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439406; A. Hoffman Simms, Chi- 
cago. 

Hail, Sewanee; words and music by 
S. D. Thurmond [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [1108 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919 ; E 441356 ; Sonia D. Thurmond, 
Sewanee, Tenn. 

Hall to the knights of the nation ; 
words and music by W. F. Feld [of 
U. S.] [1109 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 439873; 
William Frederick Feld, Omaha, 
Neb. 

Hail to the Stars and Stripes ; 
words and music by Joseph Miller 
[of U. S.] [1110 

© Jan. 20, 1919: 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 441362; C. C. Church & co., 
Hartford. 

Haine. See Fragments psychologi- 
ques. 

Hammock song; pastoral-musette, by 
Percy Elliott [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [1111 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13. 
1919; E 435499; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Hammond (Richard P.) Six songs 
from Burns ; set to music by R. P. 
Hammond [of U. S.] op. 8; medium 
voice. Contents : Bonnie Lesley. — 
Her flowing locks. — Green grow the 
rashes O. — To Delia. — My Eppie 
Adair. — A drinking song. [1112 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442059; Composer's music 
corp., New York. 



Handsome Herbert of the horse 
guards ; from The officers' mess, 
words by Davy Burnaby. music by 
Philip Braham [of England] [1113 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435556; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Happy hearts ; polka, by H. Engelman 
[of U. S.] ; piano, first grade. 

[1114 
© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441653; Chart music pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Happy land is Yankee land; words 
by G. King, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1115 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441176; 
Geo. King, Salt Lake City. 

Same. [1116 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442337; 
George King, Los Angeles. 

Harmony march (Svorne pochod) ; 
arr. by Louis Vitak [of U. S.] 4to. 
1. Orch. 2. Band. [1117, 1118 

© Dec. 28. 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440970, 440971; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Haerisburg and the Susquehanna 
shore ; words by H. E. Coburn, mus- 
ic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1119 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442317; 
Harry E. Coburn, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Harvest (The) moon; text by Thomas 
Miller, music by Julius Chaloff [of 
U. S.] op. 12, no. 1; high in D flat. 

[1120 
© Nov. 30. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442031; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Has anybody seen my Corinne; med- 
ley fox trot, intro. The vampire 
blues, by Roger Graham, Lukie John- 
son and Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.], 
arr. by France E. Barry and Dave 
Kaplan [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[1121 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442576; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Hats off to all America and to the 
old Red, White and Blue; words 
bv Peter W. Kehlenbach, music by 
Elizabeth S. Howe [of U. S.] [1122 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919 ; E 442046 ; Caterpillar pub. CO., 
Peoria. 111. 



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Have courage, mother dear ; words 
and music by I. M. Stark [of U. S.], 
arr. by Thomas F. Cornell [of U. S.] 

[1123 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442360; 
Irving M. Stark, New York. 

Have mercy, dear Jesus ; words and 
music by J. M. Flynn [of U. S.] 

[1124 
© -Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442052; Jennie M. Flynn, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Hawaii, across the sea ; words and 
music by E. K. Kaai fof U. S.] 

[1125 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439830; Ernest K. Kaai, 
Honolulu. 

Hay-harvest polka; melody by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] [1126 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441046; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York, 

He fought for her and liberty; 
words by S. Pack, music by Ray- 
mond A. Browne [of U. S.] [1127 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442131; 
Sylvester Pack, Whitesville, W. Va. 

He gave his life for me; words by 

E. Pv. Austin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1128 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 442494; 

Emily R. Austin, Providence, R. I. 

He had lived his life for his coun- 
try; words by C. Dongus, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1129 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441708; 
Clara Dongus, New Ulm, Minn. 

He hath not died in vain ; words by 
A. J. Tucker, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1130 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441538; 
A. J. Tucker, Brooklyn. 

He is just and He 's righteous; 
words and music by H. Simmons 
[of U. S.] 8vo. [1131 

© Dec. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442390; Hiram Simmons, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

He is sleeping somewhere along the 
road to Berlin ; words by Edgar 
Graham Conkling, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1132 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441421; 
E. G. Conkling, Norris, Mont. 



He leadeth me; anthem for two-part 
chorus, words by J. H. Gilmore, 
music by Stanley R. Avery [of U. 
S.] op. 59, no. 2; sop. and alto. 
4to. (Sacred music for women's 
voices, no. 13345) [1133 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442206; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

He's from Missouri; words by K. H. 
McGee, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1134 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442299; 
Kenneth H. McGee, Ecoise, Mich. 

He sleeps in sunny France; words 
bv C. W. Robinson, music by Kath- 
ryn I. White [of U. S.] Cincinnati, 
Willis music co. [1135 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442343; Charles W. Robinson, 
Cincinnati. 

Heart (The) of the Irish so true; 
words and music by L. H. Bleakley 
[of U. S.], arr. by Harry P. Guy 
[of U. S.] [1136 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442153; 
Louis H. Bleakley, Detroit. 

Heart of Wetona; words by Sidney 
D. Mitchell, music by Archie Gottler 
[of U. S.] 4to. [1137 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442163 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

arr. by S. D. Mitchell. 

[1138 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 439961; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Heart (The) song; words and music 
by Lillian M. Cory and P. Corte 
Dalbey [of U. S.] [1139 

© Jan. 9, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919; 
E 441282; Paul May music co., 
Springfield, O. 

Heart to heart songs, no. 2 ; words 
and music by R. A. Scott [of U. S.] 
4to. [1140 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439848; R. Alonza Scott, 
Opelika, Ala. 

Hello America; words by C. J. Her- 
bert, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1141 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441562; 
Clare J. Herbert, Portsmouth, N. H. 



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1159 



Hello, boys ! a welcome to the boys 
of U. S. A., lyrics by Agnes Boyle 
Garvin [i. e. A. L. Garvin], music 
by M. D. King [of U. S.] [1142 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441576; 
Agnes L. Garvin and Marion D. 
King, Pittsburg. 

Hello, doughboys ; words and music 
by K. R. Dillon [of U. S.], arr. by 
Mrs. E. D. Spaith [of U. S.] [1143 
© Jan. 23. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442043; Kate R. Dillon, 
What Cheer, la. 

Hello, Mary; words and music by N. 
F. Brown [of U. S.], arr. by 
Christian A. Praetorius [of U. S.] 

[1144 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442340; 
Norris Frank Brown, New York. 

Hello, my darling mother ; words and 
music by Barney Goldstein [of U. 
S.] [1145 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1918; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441579; 
George Surrey Barlow, New York. 

Henkel - (Justin A.) XX English 
hymns in honor of the Blessed Vir- 
gin Mary ; words collected and mu- 
sic composed by J. A. Henkel [of 
U. S.] ; four male voices. 4to. 

[1146 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439851 ; Justin A. Henkel, College- 
ville, Ind. 

Henry Ford's flivver; words and 

music by U. V. Stacy-Doose [of U. 

S.] [1147 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441711; 

Una V. Stacy-Doose, Ballinger, Tex. 

Hep ! hep ! All keep step ; words and 
music by F. A. Grant [of U. S.] ; 
with quartet for men's voices. New 
York, Music ptg. co. [1148 

© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919 ; E 442174 ; Frederic A. Grant, 
Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Her flowing locks. Sec Hammond 
(Richard P.) Six songs from Burns. 

Her kiss (Son baiser) ; valse senti- 
mentale, by Fred Heltman [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [1149 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 441514; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 

Her soldier-boy's return; words by 
A. D. Clem, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1150 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441401; 
A Devine Clem, Marshalltown, la. 



Her soldier sweetheart : words and 
music by M. Bibbs [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [1151 
© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441348; Mollie Bibbs, Den- 
ver. 

Herald of spring; words and melody 
by Nell Marshall [of U. S.] (In 
Muskogee times democrat, v. xxv, 
no. 28, Feb. 1, 1919) [1152 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7. 1919 ; 
E 442434; Mrs. H. L. Marshall, 
Muskogee, Okl. 

Hebe come the boys maeching home ; 
lyric and music by A. L. Rogers [of 
U. S.] [1153 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 441923; 
Ada La Verne Rogers, Munford, 
Tenn. 

Here comes our Uncle Sam now; 
words by Mrs. H. C. Keitz, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1154 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441295 ; Mrs. H. C. Keitz, New Or- 
leans. 

Here I am, Uncle Sam ; words by J. 
Will Callahan and G. C. Leap, music 
by G. C. Leap [of U. S.] [1155 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442384 ; Glenn C. Leap, Chicago. 

Heroes of France march ; by M. Law- 
rence [of U. S.] ; piano. [1156 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442260; Mabel Lawrence, Tyler, 
Tex. 

Hide Thy face from my sins ; words 
from Psalm 51, music by W. A. Has- 
tie [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Oc- 
tavo-sacred, no. 3698) [1157 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441037; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Hike, boys, hike; words by Frances 
Le Roy, music by Henri Duval [of 
France] [1158 

© Jan. 2, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919; 
E 439599 ; Harriman-Duval music 
co., Boston. 

Hindustan ; fox trot, by Oliver G. 
Wallace and Harold Weeks [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [1159 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 4393S5 ; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 



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Hieondelles (Les) joyeuses ; etude 
romantique, by Theodora Dutton [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Four etudes ro- 
mantiques for advanced students, no. 
II) [1160 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442275; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

His daddy he'd never see more ; 
words by R. A. Putzier, melody by 
M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Rob- 
inson, of U. S.] [1161 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439687; 
Robert A. Putzier, Seattle. 

Ho ! ho ! the war's all over ; words 

by M. A. Jackson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1162 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441681; 

M. A. Jackson, Donovan, Ga. 

Hold on to your dough ; words and 
music by W. T. Smith [of U. S.] 

[1163 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441729; 
Walter T. Smith, Chicago. 

Holy (Alfred) Three sketches (Trois 
esquisses) ; by A. Holy [of Austria, 
domiciled at Boston] op. 25 ; harp. 

[1164 
© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439955; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Holy (The) birth; musical reading, 
Biblical text, music arr. from Alex 
Guilmant and Franz Gruber by G. 
F. Rosche [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
Geo. F. Rosche & co. 4to. [1165 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919; 
E 441077; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Homage-and Holyrood. See 1745. 

Home again to drive all tears away ; 
words by Bartley Costello, music by 
James W. Casey [of U. S.] [1163 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1919; E 441585; Echo music pub. 
co., New York. 

Home and victory; words by C. Hol- 

well, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1167 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441735 ; 

Catherine Holwell, Chicago. 

Home at last ; words by H. T. Cooke, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [116S 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; E 441691 ; 

Harriot T. Cooke, Orange, N. J. 



Home (The) coming; words by C. E. 
Braim, music by Charles Thomas 
Edwards [of U. S.] [1169 
© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442194; Charles Edward 
Braim, Winterthur, Del. 
words by H. M. Buckmaster, mel- 
ody by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[1170 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439681; 
Hazel M. Buckmaster, Valley City, 
N. D. 

Home-land; words and music by M. 
Hayes [of U. S.] [1171 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441714; 
M. Hayes, Andover, O. 

Home (The) of liberty (Cariwyd 
y dydd) ; part-song, English version 
by Walter Maynard, music an old 
Welsh air, arr. by Kurt Schindler 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Welsh choral ballads, no. 13285) 

[1172 

© Dec. 11, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1918; E 440813; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Home, sweet home, may I come back 
to you; words by B. Taylor, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1173 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441423; 
Blanche Taylor, Westminster, Md. 

Home, sweet home waltz ; by Adolph 
Linden [of U. S.] op. 69, D; piano. 
(Carnival of the treble clef) [1174 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442422; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Homeward bound ; words by H. Allen, 
music by B. F. Lakant [of U. S.] 

[1175 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jnn. 25, 
1919 ; E 442049 ; Hans Allen and B. 
F. Lakant, Red Wing, Minn. 

Honey bee ; words and melody by Nell 
Marshall [of U. S.] (In Muskogee 
times democrat, v. xxiv, no. 9, Jan. 
10, 1919) [1176 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919 ; E 441394 ; Mrs. H. L. Marshall, 
Muskogee, Okl. 

Honeymoon; waltz, lyrics by Ray 
Sherwood, music by John Victor 
Arden [of U. S.], arr. by L. J. Fuiks 
[of U. S.] [1177 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441573; 
Lewis John Fuiks, New York. 



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Honor the Red, White and Blue; 

words by C. H. Moyer, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1178 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442609; 

Chas. H. Moyer, Kingman, Ariz. 

Honor to our nation ; march, by A. E. 

Joy [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1179 

© Mar. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1918 ; 

E 441594 ; Alfred E. Joy, New York. 

Hostel (The) ; words by W. M. Letts, 
melody by Alexander Ewing [of Eng- 
land], arr. by Edward C. Bairstow ; 
no. 2 in F. [1180 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919 ; E 435785 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

House of victory hymn ; Detroit Cen- 
tral high school, words by Fred- 
ericka Blankner, music by Ma tilde 
Garvett [of U. S.] [1181 

© Feb. 1, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 
E 442236 ; House of victory, Detroit 
Central high school, Detroit. 

HOW ARE YOU GOIN' TO WET YOUR WHIS- 
TLE ; words and melody by Francis 
Byrne, Frank Mclntyre and Percy 
Wenrich [of U. S.], arr. by Percy 
Wenrich. [1182 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 439994; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

How can you tell ; f roiu Hitchy koo 
1918, one or two step, by Harold 
Orlob [of U. S.], arr. by Win. Schulz 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1183 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan 27, 
1919; E 441617; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

HOW'D YOU LIKE TO MARRY A YANK 

like me ; words by N. F. Cunning- 
ham, melodv by M. DuFrerre [pseud, 
of Etnel Fisher, of U. S.] [1184 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439684; 
Nelson F. Cunningham, Selma, Ind. 

HOW MANY HEARTS ARE RKEAKING FOR 
THE ONES WHO WILL NEVER COME 

home; waltz, words and music by 
E. M. Fry [of U. S.] [1185 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; 1 439647; 
Ethel May Fry, Flora, 111. 

HOW SWEETLY SINGS THE LARK ; melo- 

die, by Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; 
piano, in F. (A day in the Alps) 

[1186 
© Feb. 4, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 6. 1919; 
E 442398 ; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 



HOW THE RANGERS REACHED PAREE ; 

words by Mrs. R. A. Palmer, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1187 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442480 ; Mrs. 
R. A. Palmer, Edmonton, Canada. 

Hullo America ; fox trot, by Elsie 
Janis [of U. S.] and Dan Kildare [of 
Great Britain] , arr. by Henri Jaxon ; 
piano. [1188 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; E 435744 ; Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 

selection, from Hullo America, by 

Herman Finck [of England] ; piano. 

[1189 

© Oct. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 

E 435535; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 

Crew, ltd., and B. Feldman & co., 

London, 

Human freedom ; battle hymn of 
Allies; words by Ernest L. Haigbt, 
music by J. Finke, jr. [of U. S.] 

[1190 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439826; 
John Finke. jr., Ravena, N. Y. 

Hunt (The) is up; words traditional, 
music by H. Balfour Gardiner [of 
Great Britain] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Curwen's edition, no. 61.096). 

[1191 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 435781; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Hunter's sporting song; words by M. 
Oeffinger, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1192 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441120 ; M. 
Oeffinger, Altoona, Pa. 
Hurrah for our brave soldiers' vic- 
tory; words by L. Jones, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1193 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; E 441406 ; 
Louis Jones, Haverstraw, N. Y. 
Hurrah ! for the Yankees ; words b> 
W. T. McAvoy, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1194 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442324; 
Win. T. McAvoy, Corry, Pa. 
Hurry to Palm Beach ; words and 
music by G. Simons [of U. S.] [1195 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439891; 
Garwood Simons, San Francisco. 
Hymn of peace ; words by A. A. Pease : 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1196 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441163 ; Al. 
A. Pease, Akron, Ohio. 



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Hymn (The) of the league of free 
nations ; or, The cosmopolitan 
hymn, words by G. Anston, music by 
Henry Weston [of U. S.], arr. by G. 
Anston [of IT. S.] [1197 

© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1918; E 441783; 
George Anston, New Orleans. 

Hymn (The) of victory; words by 

J. P. Mulholland, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1198 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442321; 

John P. Mulholland, Paterson. 

Hymn to the night; double unacc. 
chorus, poem by Longfellow, music 
by Ernest Austin [of England] op. 
42, no. 2 ; mixed voices. 4to [1199 
© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 435570; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Hymn to the sun ; from The golden 
cockerel, by N. Rimsky-Korsakoff 
[and] In the silence of night, by S. 
Rachmaninoff: arr. by Otto Langey 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Galaxy, no. 132) 

[1200 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439596; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

I am coming back home to the U. S. 

A. ; words by E. Frye, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1201 

© 1 c Jan. 9, 1919; E 441145; 

Esther Frye, Columbus, O. 

I am going back; words by J. 
O'Brien, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1202 
© 1 c. Jan. 13. 1919; E 441275; 
Jimmie O'Brien, Elizabeth, N. J. 

I AM LONGING FOR THE DEAR OLD U. S. 

A. ; words by F. J. Corhominis, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1203 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441304; F. J. Corhominis, Rich- 
mond. 

I am longing for you; words by Ed- 
gar Senford, music by N. Spector [of 
U. S.] [1204 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439632; 
Nathan Spector, New York. 

I am off to the war ; words by A. W. 

Hile, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1205 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441161 ; A. 

W. Hile, Leland. Id. 



I AM WOND'RING IF YOU'RE MISSING ME; 

words and music by Gordon Hart 
[of England] Manchester, Swift's 
music publishers. [1206 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 435780 ; H. F. Swift, Manchester, 
England. 
I am your American beauty rose and 
I will be true to you ; words by W. 
Walker, music by P. S. Richard's [of 
U. S.] [1207 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441476; 
Paul S. Richards and William 
Walker, Douglas, Ariz. 
I believe I'm in love with you ; words 
and music by Thos. M. Bowers [of 
U. S.] [1208 

© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 443601; Jerome H. Remick & co.„ 
New York. 
I cannot leave you; from Little sim- 
plicity, words by Rida Johnson 
Young, music by Augustus Barratt 
[of U. S.] [1209 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441813; Shapiro, Bernstein & co. r 
inc., New York. 
I can't see the good in good-bye; 
words by Alex Sullivan, music by 
Lynn Cowan [of U. S.] [1210 

© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441819; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 
I'd like to live where dreams come 
true with a sweet little girl like 
you ; words by I. Johnson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1211 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441563; 
Inga Johnson, Sarles, N. D. 
I do like canoe-ing; canoodling with 
you, words and music by Jack Foley 
and Bert Dixon [of England] Lon- 
don, Herman Darewski music pub. 
co. [1212 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 435544; Charles Sheard.& co., c/o 
Herman Darewski music pub. co., 
London. 
I don't like your funny little hat; 
words and music by Harry Wincott 
[of England] London, Herman Da- 
rewski music pub. co. [1213 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 435540 ; Charles Sheard & co. c/o 
Herman Darewski music pub. co., 
London. 

I DREAMT LAST NIGHT OF YOU, DEAR; 

words by S. J. Lynch, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1214 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441553; 
Stephen J. Lynch, Utica, N. Y. 



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I found you; words by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert, music by Anatol Friedland [of 
U. S.] [1215 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441919 ; Gilbert & Friedland, inc., 
New York. 

I know a gaeden ; words and music by 
B. Sherman [i. e., B. S. Uhlf elder, of 
U. S.] [1216 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441610; Blanche Sherman Uhl- 
felder, New York. 

I know a silent gaeden ; words and 

music by Edward Van Biene [of 

England] ; in C. [1217 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 435761 ; Phillips & Page, London. 

I KNOW HE'D KISS AWAY EACH TEAE ; 

words and melody by F. Barrow [of 
U. S.] [1218 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441498; 
Frank Barrow, Philadelphia. 

I'll be theee; words and music by 
B. N. Havekotte [of U. S.] [1219 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441272; 
Byrne Neal Havekotte, Pittsburgh. 

I'll be waiting foe you. soldieb boy ; 
words by Mrs. W. Roberts, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1220 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441325 ; Mrs. Win. Roberts, Anchor- 
age, Ky. 

I'll change his way of living when 
he comes back home; words and 
music by J. R. Keefer [of U. S.] 

[1221 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 439394 ; Jack 
R. Keefer, Monessen, Pa. 

I'll have a date foe ev'ey night when 
I get home feom Fbance ; words by 
Margaret Beck Ogden and J. G. 
Holmes, music by Julia Greenwood 
Holmes [of U. S.] [1222 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 441069 ; Holmes-Ogden co., New 
Albany, Ind. 

I'll eetuen when the buckeyes 
bloom ; words and music by H. AV. 
Gaskill [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [1223 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 
E 441767 ; Harry W. Gaskill, Cleve- 
land. 



Fll steal a little love feom you; 
words by E. Leonard, music by T. 
Neun [of Great Britain] [1224 

© Dec. 30. 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 435615 ; Ted Neun & Eddie Leon- 
ard, Toronto, Canada. 

I'll still be a soldiee ; words by A. T. 

Hardy, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1225 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442315; 

Albert T. Hardy, Empire, Ga. 

I'll tell the woeld ; words and mel- 
ody by C. Lapham [of U. S.] [1226 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442356; 
Claude Lapham, New York. 

I love a staeey flag ; words by W. C. 

Stuart, melody by R. A. Browne |of 

U. S.] [1227 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; E 442216 ; W. 

C. Stuart, Des Barats, Canada. 

I love the speingtime; words by W. 
J. Keaton, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[1228 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441874; 
Waldo J. Keaton, Blue Jay, W. Va. 

I LOVE TO MINGLE WITH THE GIELS ; 

words by J. Barr, melody by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [1229 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 191&; E 441880; 
James Barr, Coal Creek, Canada. 

I love you, Maey; words by E. Leon- 
ard, music by T. Neun [of Great 
Britain], arr. by Edw. W. Miller. 

[1230 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 435613 ; Ted Neun & Eddie 
Leonard, Toronto, Canada. 

I love you since the wae is ovee; 

words by V. Ledrick. music bv E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1231 

©•1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442493; 

Vera Ledrick, Pampa, Tex. 

I LOVE YOU, SOLDIEE BOY, AND YOUE UNI- 

foem ; words by S. Fryer, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1232 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441305; Suella Fryer, Newport, 
Ky. 

I'M A GAY AND YANKEE SOLDIEE ; WOrds 

by Dave McFadden, music by N. B. 
Kurzenknabe [of U. S.] [1233 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 441596 ; Norman B. Kurzenknabe, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



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I'm a-longing for you ; words by J. 
Will Callahan, music by Blanche M. 
Tice [of U. S.] [1234 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441863; Blanche M. Tice music 
pub co., Sioux City, la. 

I'm back feom France ; words by L. M. 
Behrens, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1235 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441704; 
Lillian M. Behrens, Bronx, N. Y. 

I'm coming back ; words by E. Rennie, 

melody by Thos. C. Freeman [of 

U. S.] [123G 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442431; 

Emma Rennie, New York. 

I'm coming back, Illinois ; words and 
arr. of melody by R. Henley [of 
U. S.] [1237 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442122; 
Rosina Henley, New York. 
I'm coming back to you, Mother 
Machree ; words by J. Leahan, 
melody by George Stein [of U. S.] 
4to. [1238 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919; E 442429; 
Joseph Leahan, Philadelphia. 

I'm coming back to you, sweetheart ; 

words by M. Vocasek, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1239 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441732; 

Marie Vocasek, Chardon, O. 

I'm forever blowing bubbles ; words 
and music by Jaan Kenbrovin and 
John William Kellette [of U. S.] 

[1240 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 439866; Kendis, Brockman music 
co., New York. 

I'M GLAD I WENT OVER TO FRANCE ; 

words by Kenneth Graham Duffield, 
and Alice Monroe Foster, music by 
Fay Foster [of U. S.] [1241 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 442350; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

I'm glad the war is over; fox trot, 
words and music by N. Colangelo 
[of U. S.] [1242 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442248 ; Nicholas Colangelo, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

I'm goin' to marry Carry right away ; 
words and music by M. Johnson [of 
U. S.] [1243 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 439980; 
Myron Johnson, Excelsior Springs, 
Mo. 



I'm going back, back, back to Ala- 
bam : words and music by Harry 
Castling and Fred. W. Leigh [of 
England] (Popular edition, no. 90) 

[1244 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435533; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

I'm going back to Ireland ; words by 

J. B. Wagner, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U.S.] [1245 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442597; 

Jennie B. Wagner, Ottumwa, la. 

I'm going back to my own home- 
town ; words by C. R. Hoi 1 en, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1246 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442325; 
C. R. Hollen, Lakemont, Pa. 

I'm going to settle down ; from See 
you later, words by P. G. Wode- 
house, music by Jean Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [1247 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441839; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

I'm going to tell your mamma on you 
'cause you'ee naughty, naughty as 
can be; words and music by Billy 
Smythe [of U. S.] [1248 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442228; Billy Smythe music co., 
Louisville. 

I'm happy as a bumble bee ; nut song, 
no. 3, words by Clyde Nathaniel 
Kramer, music by Walter B. Cooper 
[of U. S.], arr. by R. G. Gradi [of 
U. S.] [1249 

© Dec. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919 ; E 439978 ; Knickerbocker mus- 
ic co., Dayton, O. 

I'm longin' for your loving all the 
time ; words and music by B. E. 
Edwards [of U. S."|, arr. by Lillian 
Davenport [of U. S.] [1250 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 441938; 
B. E. Edwards, New York. 

I'm not coming back anymore ; words 
by S. Slak, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1251 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441559; 

Stanley Slak, Milwaukee. 

I'm on my way to the IT. S. A. ; 

words by F. J. O'Neil, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1252 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441222; 

F. J. O'Neil. Oucopee Falls, Mass. 



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I'm someone's honey ; words and mus- 
ic by Gertrude Nichols Myers Tof U. 
S.] ; E flat. [1253 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441853; 
C. W. Myers, Portland, Or. 

I'M SOEEY I GAVE MY LOVE TO YOU ; 

words and music by C. Borrelli [of 
Italy, domiciled at Philadelphia] 

[1254 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442357; 
Charles Borrelli, Philadelphia. 

I'm sobby I made you cby ; quartette, 
by N. J. Clesi, arr. by Alfred J. 
Doyle [of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 

[1255 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441064; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

I miss you as you miss me ; words and 
music by A. Coogan [of U. S.] 

[1256 
© 1 e. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442212; 
Arthur Coogan, Camden, N. J. 

I neveb believed in angels until I 
met you ; words by Robert F. Roden, 
music by Peter De Rose [of U. S.] 

[1257 
© Dec. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1918 ; 
E 439930; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

I NEVEB DBEAMED THEEE WAS A GIBL 

in the wobld like you ; words and 
music by William Michael [of U. S.] 

[1258 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919 ; E 439981 ; Olympic music pub- 
lishers, Cincinnati. 
I shall be all bight now ; from Oh, 
my dear, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] 

[1259 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441644; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 
I shall meet you ; the home-coming, 
by Wilfrid Sanderson, arr. by 
Boosey & co. [of Great Britain] ; 
orch. 4to. [1260 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 442366; Boosey & co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
I've danced to beat the band ; from 
The velvet lady, words by Henry 
Blossom, music by Victor Herbert 
[of CJ. S.] [1261 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25. 
1919 ; E 442006 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

107243—19 4 79 



I've done my bit fob Uncle Sam, will 

YOU DO YOUE BIT FOB ME J WOl'ds by 

Joe Davis, music by Geo. F. Briegel 
[of U. S.] [1262 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440988; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 
I've tbied so hard to forget you, but 
in dbeams you come back again ; 
words by J. L. Edwards, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1263 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441174; 
Jessie L. Edwards, Miami, Fla. 

I WAIT AT THE GATES OF YOUE HEABT ; 

words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
Irving Cortland Sanders [of U. S.] 

[1264 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1919 ; 
E 439405; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

I WAITED PATIENTLY FOE THE LOED ; 

words from the Bible, arr. by R., 
music by S. E. Gill [of U. S.] Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., W. H. Witt music co. 

[1265 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439864; Samuel E. Gill, Pitts- 
burgh. 

I wanna be a cowboy; words by H. 
Maylath, music by H. Berl [of U. S.l 

[1266 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 441808; 
Herman Berl and Herman Maylath, 
New York. 

I WANT TO GO BACK TO THE AEMY ; by 

Earle W. Johnston [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [1267 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919; E 442249; Joseph A. Hurley, 
New York. 

words and music by Earle W. 

Johnston [of U. S.] New York, 
Hurley music co. [1268 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 441812; Joseph Arthur Hur- 
ley, New York. 

I want to go wid you ; words by L. E. 
Smith, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[1269 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441868; 
L. Emma Smith, Charlotte, Mich. 

I want to shimmie ; words and mel- 
ody by Shelton Brooks and Grant 
Clarke [of U. S.], arr. by S. Brooks. 

[1270 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 439894; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 



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I want to shimmie. — Continued. 

• words and music by Shelton 

Brooks and Grant Clarke [of U. S.] 

4to. [1271 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1919; E 442164; Leo Feist, inc., 

New York. 

I will peaise Thee, O Lord; antliem, 
words from psalm IX: 1, 2, 7, 8, 
music by Louis Adolphe Coerne [of 
U. S.] op. 88, no. 1; mixed voices. 
(8vo. choruses, no. 6784) [1272 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442270; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

I WISH I HAD SOMEBODY WAITING FOR 
ME WHEN I GET HOME ; WOl'dS by 

Howard E. Rogers, melody by Percy 
Wenrich [of U. S.] [1273 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 440936; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

music by Percy Wenrich [of 

U. S.] 4to. [1274 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 2S, 
1919 ; E 442159 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

I wonder why; words by H. Clayton 
Jones, music by Edward Dean [of 
England] Manchester, Swift's mu- 
sic publishers. [1275 

© Jan. 4, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; 
E 435779; H. F. Swift, Manchester, 
England. 

I WON'T BE IN LINE WHEN THE BOYS 

come marching home; words by A. 
Marino, music by B. L. Brannan [of 
U. S.] Brooklyn, N. Y., Selmorepub. 
co. [1276 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919 ; E 441480 ; Barrington L. Bran- 
nan and Anthony Marino, Brooklyn. 

i would do it over again for the red, 
White and Blue, so would all the 
boys and so would you ; words and 
music by E. C. Wright [of U. S.] 

[1277 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; E 441560 ; E. 
C. Wright, Fromberg, Mont. 

Ida, sweet as apple cider; by Eddie 
Leonard and Eddie Munson [of U. 
S.] ; orch. 4to. (Stern's vocadance 
edition, D) [1278 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442577 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Idol, just let me worship you ; words 
by Richard Coburn, music by Vin- 
cent Rose [of U. S.] [1279 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442283; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

IF EVERY GIRL IN THIS WORLD WAS JUST 

like you; words by H. E. Coburn, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1280 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442307; 
Harry E. Coburn, Harrisburg, Pa. 
If I'm not at the roll-call kiss 

MOTHER GOOD-BYE FOR ME J pai't-SOUg, 

by Geo. Boyden [of U. S.J, arr. by 
Stephen O. Jones [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. (Cover title: If I am 
not at the roll-call, kiss mother good- 
bye for me) [1281 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439895 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
If I were young again ; words by J. B. 
Croswhite, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1282 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441701; 
James B. Croswhite, Clark, Mo. 
If my heart were not another's I 
would give it to you; words by E. 
Rennie, melody by Thos. C. Freeman 
[of U. S.] [1283 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442430; 
Emma Rennie, New York. 

If our lives could be lived again ; 

words by Will J. Jones, music bv 

G. C. Leap [of U. S.] [1284 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 442383 ; Glenn C. Leap, Chicago. 

If they ever parted you from me; 
from Oh, my dear, words by P. G. 
Wodehouse, music by Louis A. 
Hirsch [of U. S.] [1285 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441642; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

If you'll promise daddy that, he will 
be glad; words by S. Nelson, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1286 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441561; 
Sam Nelson, Chicago. 

If you lose your soul; words by H. 
Lillenas, music by Richard Hains- 
worth [pseud, of H. Lillenas, of Nor- 
way, domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[1287 
© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441426; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 



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If you want a little loving; words 
by E. J. Fairbanks, music by Roy 
Hartsell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of 
U. S.] Washington, D. C, Pub- 
lishers' service bureau. [1288 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1919; E 442439; E. J. Fairbanks, 
Hercules, Cal. 

If you want me for your bride you 

MUST ASK AGAIN SOMEDAY; Words 

and music by C. E. Harris [of U. S.] 

[1289 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919 ; E 441382 ; Clarence E. Harris, 
Wesley, la. 

Immortal (The) brave General 
Pershing ; words and music by J. P. 
Doran [of U. S.] [1290 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 441825; 
Joseph Peter Doran, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Impressioni dal vero ; 1 parte, par 
G. Francesco Malipiero [of Italy] ; 
partitura d'orch. Contents : — II cap- 
inero. — II picchio. — II chiu. [1291 
© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1919; E 435468; Maurice Senart et 
cie., Paris. 

In a beautiful Flanders field ; 
words by C. Mylott, melody by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] [1292 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439692; 
Charles Mylott, Providence, R. I. 

In a harem on my Turkish honey- 
moon ; lyric by C. Kranz, melody 
by T. A. Hammid [of U. S.], arr. 
by Wm. J. Carle [of U. S.] [1293 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442099; 
Charles Kranz and Tauscha Abdul 
Hammid, New York. 

In Berlin ; words by M. L. Hood, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1294 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441549; 
Marie Loveridge Hood, Sergeant 
Bluff, la. 

In .California where it's summer- 
time; words and music by J. Du 
Rail [of U. S.] Los Angeles, Chas. 
Miller Cobb. [1295 

© Jan. 20. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441792; Jack Du Rail, Los 
Angeles. 

In candy land with you; words and 
music by E. D. Smith [of U. S.] 

[1296 
© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1919; E 441865; Eliza Doyle Smith, 
Chicago. 



In Chateau-Theirry, where my 
darling sleeps ; words and music by 
J. M. Flynn [of U. S.] [1297 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442051; Jennie M. Flynn, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

In clover fields; by Cecil Burleigh 
[of U. S.] op. 10, no. 2 ; piano. (Two 
childhood fancies, no. II) [1298 

© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1919; E 442273; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

In fancy's realm ; lyric suite, by Jean 
Morel [of England] ; piano. Con- 
tents : — 1. Day-dreams. — 2. Step- 
ping-stones. — 3. Nature's mirror. — 
4. Dragon-flies. [1299 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 435492; Reeder & Walsh, 
London. 

In Flanders field; words and music 
by R. L. Finch [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [1300 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441759; Rebecca L. Finch, 
Oklahoma City, Okl. 

words by R. Contant, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1301 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441312; R. Contant, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 
In Flanders' fields ; part-song, words 
by John McCrae, music by Arthur 
H. Turner [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
4to. [1302 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 441089 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

words by John MacRae [i. e. 

John McCrae], music by Lola 
Blanks [of U. S.] [1303 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 441486; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

music by Mark Andrews [of 

U. S.] ; low voice. [1304 

© Jan. 7, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919; 
E 441040; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

words by John McCrae, music by 

W. H. Leib [of U. S.] ; high voice. 

[1305 
© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 439871; W. H. Leib, Jop- 
lin, Mo. 
In my dreams of you ; words and mel- 
ody by C. R. Carpenter [of U. S.l 

[1306 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442362; 
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In my deeams you'ee calling me; 
words and music by C. Madsen [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., National music 
co. [1307 

© Dec. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442253; Chas. Madsen, Rock Is- 
land, III. 

In otte little paeadise ; duet from See 
you later, words by P. G. Wode- 
house, music by Jean Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [1308 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441841; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

In Salvadoe (San Salvadore) ; sere- 
nade, words by Clyde Nathaniel Kra- 
mer, music by Peter Hans Flath [of 
U. S.] [1309 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439403; Knickerbocker music co., 
Dayton, O. 

In spring of sweet sixteen ; words by 

E. W. Benson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1310 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441676; 

Edward W. Benson, Richmond, Ind. 

In sweet surbendee ; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Olga Rudd [of 
England] [1311 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435515 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

In the cathedral; meditation, by 

Julian Clifford [of Great Britain] ; 

piano. [1312 

© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 

E 435502 ; Schott & co., London. 

In the evening when fieeflies 
light ; words by I. Brandon, melody 
by M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. 
Robinson, of U. S.] [1313 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439697; 
Irwin Brandon, Naughton Glen, Can- 
ada. 

In the fields of Feance wheee pop- 
pies geow ; words by J. W. Minahan, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U.S.] [1314 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441265; 
J. W. Minahan, Watertown, N. Y. 

In the hay meadow. See Country 
thoughts. 

In the heaet of Illinois ; a patriotic 
ballad by K. P. Neef [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1315 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439849 ; Kathryn Prettyman Neef, 
Pekin, 111. 



In the land of beginning again, 
wheee broken deeams come tbue ; 
one or two step, by George W. Meyer, 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1310 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 439902 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

In the land of libeety; words and 
music by Mrs. G. Bowden [of U. S.] 

[1317 
© Dec. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442011 ; Mrs. Geo. Bowden, Daven- 
port, la. 

In the land of thousand echoes ; 
echo - reverie, by Carl Sontag [of 
U. S.] ; piano, in C. (A day in the 
Alps) [1318 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442397; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

In the land wheee the shameock 
geows ; words by W. L. Beardsley, 
music by Philip Schwartz [of U. S.| 

[1319 
© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 441366 ; C. C. Church & co., Hart- 
ford. 

In the landscape of my deeams ; 
words and music by H. King [of 
U. S.] [1320 

© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1918 ; 
E 442110; Henry King, Battle 
Creek. 

In the monasteey of Montseeeat (La 
mort del Escola) ; six-part chorus, 
words by J. Verdaguer, English ver- 
sion by Deems Taylor and Kurt 
Schind'er [of U. S ], music by An- 
toni Nicolau, ed. by K. Schind'er; 
mixed voices. (Spanish choral bal- 
lads, no. 13302) [1321 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440814 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on trans- 
lating and editing] 

In the moening ; words by C. McKib- 
bin, music by Chas. H. Gabriel [of 
U. S] [1322 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441430; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

In the old sweet way ; words and mu- 
sic bv Jack Caddigan and Chick 
story [of U. S.] 4to. [1323 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 442161 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



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In the shadow of the eock ; words by 
C. A. Coates, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1324 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442593; 
C. A. Coates, Springfield, 111. 

In the silence of night. See Hymn 
to the sun [and] In the silence of 
night. 

In the sunshine of a sweetheart's 
smile ; w T ords by A. C. Anderson, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1325 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441G99 ; 
A. C. Anderson, Warren, It. I. 

In the valley near Sleivenamon ; 
words anon., music adapted from 
the old Irish, by Daniel J. Sullivan 
[of U. S.] [1326 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. IS, 
1919 ; E 439907 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

In the valley of yesterday ; words 
and music by Harry G. DeVaux [of 
U. S.] [1327 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E- 439829; H. G. DeVaux pub. 
co., Canton, O. 

In the valley where the Schuyl- 
kill River flows ; words by D. F. 
Lawlor, music by J. B. Bobbins [of 
U. S.] [1328 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441905; 
Daniel F. Lawlor and John B. Rob- 
bins, Shenandoah, Pa. 

In the village chapel; chimes rev- 
erie, by Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; 
piano, in C. (A day in the Alps) 

[1329 
© Feb. 4, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919; 
E 442396; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

In thoughts ; romanze, by Henry 
Froelich [of U. S.] ; orch. [1330 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 441977; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

In twilight gardens. See Never- 
lonely child. 

Independence our country's dream ; 
or, The 4th of July, words and mu- 
sic by A. W. Van Dorston [of U. 
S.] [1331 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442579; 
Alvin Washington Van Dorston, 
Chicago. 



Indiana's centennial, all Hoosiers 
hail ; words and melody by L. L. F. 
Long [of U. S.] [1332 

© 1 c Jan. 25, 1919; E 442012; 
Louisa L. Furnas Long, Alexandria, 
Ind. 

Influenza (The) blues; words and 
music by Happy Klark and Arthur 
C. Brown [of U. S.] [1333 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1918; E 441445; Brown pub. co., 
McAlester, Okl. 

Inquietude ardente ; etude roman- 
tique, by Theodora Dutton [of U. 
S.] ; piano. (Four etudes roman- 
tiques for advanced students, no. I) 

[1331 
© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442274 ; G. Sehirmer, inc., New 
York. 

International battle song, of birth 
and work of Red cross ; words by 
H. B. Clary, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1335 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441261; 
Harriet B. Clary, Greenfield, Mass. 

Invocation ; quartet, words anon., mu- 
sic by Wm. Adam Fuhrmann [of U. 
S.l ; mixed voices with sop. or ten. 
solo. (Octavo-sacred, no. 3695) 

[1336 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441065 ; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Irish whispers ; valse, by Charles 
Ancliffe [of England] ; piano. [1337 
© Dec. 20. 191S; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919 ; E 435510 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Irishman (An) was made to love 
and fight; one-step or two-step, by 
Jos. H. Santly [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[1338 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441909; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment ] 

Isle o' my dreams; words and music 
by B. Bullock and Ray Hibbeler [<»f 
U. S.] [1339 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 439842 ; Bob Bullock, York, 
Neb. 

Isle of joy; waltzes, by Ethel Clut- 

terham [of U. S.] ; piano. [1340 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1919; E 441285; Ted Browne music 

co., Chicago. 



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Isle of rest; waltz-son,?, words and 
music by T. J. Mc Arthur [of Can- 
ada] [1341 
© Feb. 8. 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 435773; T. J. McArthur, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Isle of view ; by M. F. Barbere [of U. 

S.] ; piano. [1342 

© 1 c. Jan. IS, 1919; E 441440; 

M>rle Fransonia Barbere, Flint, 

Mich. 

Isn't it wonderful; duet from See 
yon later, words by P. G. Wode- 
house, music bv Jean Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [1343 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441843; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

It is all in getting used to it ; words 
and music by C. Madsen [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., National music co. 

[1344 
© Dec. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442252; Chas. Madsen, Rock Is- 
land, 111. 

It isn't the same in the daylight; 
from Yesterday, lyric by Glen Mac- 
donough, music by Reginald De 
Koven [of U. S.] [1345 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18. 1919 ; 
E 439914 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

It's a baby's call for daddy that 
will make a man of you ; words by 
F. M. Jaeger, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [1346 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441314; Florence M. Jaeger, Chi- 
cago. 

It's a grand and glorious flag, which 
we rally 'round to-day ; words and 
music by W. B. Anderson [of U. S.] 
San Francisco, W. B. Anderson co. 

[1347 
© Oct. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Nov. 11, 1918 ; 
E 439644; William Birkett Ander- 
son, San Francisco. 

It's a long long way from America 
but we'll come back when we hit 
the Rhine; words by L. W. Schuh- 
macher, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1348 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441666; 
Lenora W. Schuhmacher, New Al- 
bany, Ind. 



It's a long road to New York town :. 
words by P. Callaghan, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1349 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441302 ; Peggy Callaghan, Detroit. 

It's great to be a soldier; words by 
O. Hogue, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1350 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442485; 
Oakley Hogue, Warren, O. 

It's great to be a son of Uncle Sam ; 
words and music by E. R. Horst [of 
L T . S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1351 
© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441772; Eleizer R. Horst, Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

It's over, over there ; words by B. G. 
Barker, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[psend. of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[1352 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441873; 
Byron G. Barker, Mona, W. Va. 

It's Paris anywhere ; from Yesterday, 
words by Glen Macdonough, music 
by Reginald De Koven [of U. S.l 

[1353 
© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442005 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

It's the wonderful way I love you, 

DEAR, THAT MAKES ME THINK OF YOU ; 

words and music by A. Zack [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1354 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 441341 ; Anna Zack, St. Louis. 

It's written in the stars ; words and 
music by M. J. Andrup [of U. S.l 

[1355 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441522; 
Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Nebr. 

It's your land and my land ; words 

by J. Craig, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [1356 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439879; 

J. Craig, Dayton, O. 

It sort of makes a fellow stop and 
think ; from Oh, my dear, words by 
P. G. Wodehouse, music by Louis A. 
Hirsch [of U. S.] [1357 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 442130; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 



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It won't seem like old Dixie when 

THE DARKIES AEE ALL GONE; WOrdS 

by J. O. Cosby, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1358 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441190; 
John O. Cosby, Chicago. 

Italienne A. Alger. See Album 
d'ouvertures. 

Ivan le terrible; ouverture drama- 
tique, par Eugene Hovelacque [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [1359 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435685; E. Hovelacque, Paris. 

Jail house blues ; lyric by W. Earth- 
man Farrell, music by Arthur L. 
Sizemore [of U. S.] [13G0 

© Jan. 29. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 441499 ; Farrell & Sizemore, Nash- 
ville. 

Jane, Jane, why do you behave so 
bad; words and music by G. I. Bul- 
lock [of U. S.] [1361 
© I.e. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441845; 
Genevieve I. Bullock, Cleveland. 

Jardin d'amour (Love's garden of 
roses) ; celebre melodie anglaise de 
Haydn Wood, arr. par S. Cbapelier 
[of France] ; orch. et piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [1362 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435592; Chappell et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Jauchzet dem Herrn; gedicht von J. 
Giinther, musik von H. G. Babel [of 
U. S.] [1263 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439388; H. G. Babel, Anderson, 
Ind. 

Jazz (The) band; from Hullo Amer- 
ica, words by Elsie Janis, music by 
Elsie Janis [of U. S.] and Dan Kil- 
dare [of Great Britain] [1364 

© Oct. 17, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 442126; 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
and B. Feldman & co., London. 

Je suis lA, sub le balcon. See Melo- 
dies. 

Jerusalem ; words and music by L. 
Friedsell [of U. S.] ; score. [1365 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 442173; 
Louis Friedsell, New York. 



Jerusalem delivree; ouverture, par 
Eugene Hovelacque [of France 1 ; 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1366 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435689; E. Hovelacque, 
Paris. 

Jesus fixed the way; words and 
music by J. Yates [of U. S.], arr. 
and harmonized by F. A. Clark. Svo. 

[1367 
© Feb. 4, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919; 
E 442452; James Yates, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jesus watches over me ; hymn, words 
and music by J. Yates [of U. S.], 
arr. by F. A. Clark. Svo. [1368 

© Feb. 4. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442451; James Yates, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jewish dance, no. 1 ; melody by L. I. 
Liggy [of XL S.] [1369 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 4425S0; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Jimmy (The) Sale rag; de Haydn 
Wood, arr. par S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [1370 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435583; Chappell et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Jingle along ; words by J. F. Patton, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[1371 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441293; Jennie F. Patton, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

Jingle jingle; Christmas song, words 
and music by R. C. Hazeltine [of U. 
S.] Sunnyvale, Cal., Sam-a-lam 
publisher. [1372 

© Dec. 15, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1918; E 441070; Rachel C. Hazel- 
tine, Sunnyvale, Cal. 

Joe the dandy (Fesak Pepfk) ; pol- 
ka, arr. by F. Tryner [of U. S.] 4to. 
1. Band. 2. Orch. [1373, 1374 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440960, 440961; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Johnny Brown was there; words 
and music by Lee Austin [i. e. 
Arthur Lee Austin, of U. S.] Los 
Angeles. Cal., Lee Austin music co. 

[1375 
© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919 ; E 439872 ; Arthur Lee Austin, 
Los Angeles. 



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Johnny's in town ; words by Jack 

Yellen, melody by Abe Olman [of U. 

S.] [1376 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 439962; 

Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Johns (Clayton) Melody; by C. 
Johns [of U. 8.] ; piano. (Three 
compositions for piano, no. 2) 

[1377 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 

E 4423<4; Boston music co., Boston. 

■ Waltz; by C. Johns [of U. S.] ; 

piano, in A minor. (Three composi- 
tions for piano, no. 3) [1378 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 442375 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Join the colors; words by R. Mar- 

zano, melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [1379 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439690; 

Roche Marzano, Tacoma. 

Jolly Jack Tar ; march two-step, from 
Jolly Jack Tar, by Herman Darew- 
ski [of England] ; piano. [1380 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1919; E 435538; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

selection, from Jolly Jack Tar, by 

Hennas Darewski [of England! ; 
piano. [1381 

© Jan. 3, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; 
E 435531 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Jolly Joe; polka, by C. Woess [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [1382 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442427; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Jonas (Clinton) Waltz; by C. Jonas 
[of U. S.] op. 12, no. 1; piano. (Two 
dances for the piano, no. 1) [13S3 
© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 
E 442280; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Josephine, my fair queen ; words by 

J. W. Williams, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S/3 [1384 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441557; 

J. Wilbur Williams, Oregonia, O. 

Jubilee (The) ; words and music by 

J. T. Murry [of U. S.] [1385 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919; 

E 441359; J. T. Murry, Colchester, 

111. 

July the first ; words and melody by 

S. V. Marley [of U. S;] 4to. [13S6 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 441817; 

Samuel Virden Marley, Philadelphia. 



Junak iz Like; Croatian march, arr. 
by F. Tryner [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Orch. 2. Band. [1387,1388 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440958, 440959; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Juno my honeymoon girl ; from Hello 
Alexander, lyric by Alfred Bryan, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[1389 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 442177 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Just a good bluff for a hug ; lyric by 

K. S. Webb, music by R. Webb [of 

U. S.] [1390 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 441S31 ; 

Kenneth and Roy Webb, New York. 

Just a little waiting ; lyric by Kath- 
leen Stuart, music by Daniel Wood 
[of Great Britain] ; in F. [1391 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435657 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Just for that I had to go to bed ; kid 
song, words and music by Lottie 
Horner [of U. S.l, arr. by Christian 
A. Praetorius [of U. S.] [1392 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441350; 
Frank Oscar Schmaitman, New York. 

Just for you; words by John King, 
music by F. L. Waller [of U. S.l 

[1393 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441850; 
Frank Laird Waller, Chicago. 

Just for you and you alone; from 
The royal vagabond, words by Wm. 
Cary Duncan, music by Anselm 
Goetzl [of Austria] [1394 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 435693 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Just like Washington crossed the 
Delaware General Pershing will 
cross the Rhine; quartette, words 
by Howard Johnson, music by George 
W. Meyer, arr. by Alfred ,L Doyle 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [1395 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919; 
E 441060; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Just meet me at the New York sta- 
tion ; words by F. F. Tomek, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1396 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442608; F. 
Fred Tomek, Cleveland. 



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Just wishing; words and music by 

Ethel May Sliorey [of U. S.] [1397 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439971; Campbell-Shorey co., 

Lynn, Mass. 

Kaiser (The) ; words by S. J. Beaver, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1398 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442338; 

Sylvester J. Beaver, Aristes, Pa. 

Kaiser Bill has no home, he must 
roam ; words by B. King, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1399 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441173; 

Benj. King, Hazleburst, Miss. 

Kaiser (The) in exile; words by Mrs. 

F. M. Donahugh, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [1400 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442083; 
Mrs. F. M. Donahugh, Indiana, Pa. 

Kaiser (The) must sidetrack; war 
rallying song, words and music by 
C. B. Mays [of U. S.] [1401 

© Dec. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 12, 191S ; 
E 442109 ; Clara B. Mays, Texarkana, 
Ark. 

Kaiser's (The) dream ; words by J. It. 
O'Brien, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1402 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441162; 
James R. O'Brien, Pocatello, Id. 

words by Margaret Buchwald, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1403 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441595 ; Mrs. 
E. D. Buchwald, Belle Plaine, la. 

Kaiser's (The) goat; words by E. 
Ramsey, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1404 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441689; 
Ella Ramsey, Los Angeles. 

Kalastajatytto (Hilja Liinamaa) ; 

words and music by A. L. Klemi [of 

U. S.] [1405 

© Feb. 1, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 

E 442239 ; A. L. Klemi, Brooklyn. 

Keep all your love for me ; lyric by 

by Harry D. Kerr, melody by Otto 

Motzan [of U. S.] [1406 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919; E 439965; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Keep heart for U. S. A. ; words and 
music by L. Lones [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [1407 
© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441748; Lula Lones, Key 
West, Fla. 



Keep your head down, Fritzie boy ; 
quartette, words and music by Gitz 
Rice [of Canada], arr. by S. Danks 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [1408 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1919; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441054; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Kennedy-Fraser (Patuffa) Seven 
songs of the Hebrides, words from 
various sources, music coll. and 
adapted by P. Kennedy-Fraser [of 
Great Britain, with the assistance 
of M. Kennedy-Fraser and Kenneth 
Macleod] ; Celtic harp or piano ace. 

[1409 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435743; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Khaki (The) and the blue; victory 
song, words by W. H. Bishop, music 
by G. F. Genung [of U. S.] 4to. 

[1410 
© Jan. 2, 1919; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1918; 
E 441578; William Henry Bishop 
and George F. Genung, New York. 

Khaki (The) boys; words by E. E. 
Woodworth, music by E .S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1411 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441405; 
E. E. Woodworth, Durham, N. C. 

Kindergarten march ; by H. Engel- 
man [of U. S.] ; piano, first grade. 

[1412 
© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441649; Chart music pub. 
co., Chicago. 

King's (The) invitation ; words by 
Maud Frazer Jackson, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] [1413 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 441429; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Kitties (The) ; fox trot, by L. A. 
Peiiaherrera [of Ecuador, domi- 
ciled at Washington] ; piano. [1414 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442103; 
Luis A. Peiiaherrera, Washington. 

K-K-K-Katy; quartette, by Geoffrey 
O'Hara, arr. by Alfred J. Doyle [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [1415 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441058 ; Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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Knitting; words by L. V. Brophy, 
music by Roy Hartzell [pseud, of 
G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] Washing- 
ton, D. C, Publishers' service bu- 
reau. [1416 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442446; L. V. Brophy, Harvey, 
N. D. 

Koechlin (Ch.) Cinq sonatines; par 
Ch. Koechlin [of France] op. 59; 
piano, no. 1-5. [1417-1421 

© Dec. 31. 1918 ; 1 c. each Jan. 22, 
1919; E 435620-435624; A. Z. Ma- 
thot, Paris. 

Komme zu Jestj; gedicht von M. 
Klemstein, musik von H. G. Babel 
[of U. S.] [1422 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1919 ; E 4393S7 ; H. G. Babel, Ander- 
son, Ind., 

Kricket kapers; by Milton R. Chit- 
tenden [of U. S.] ; banjo solo, C 
notation. [1423 

© Nov. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1919 ; E 440974 ; Maximum pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lac de gers. See Suite savoyarde. 

Lad of mine ; words by Ethel B. Mont- 
gomery, music by M. E. Heller [of 
U. S.] [1424 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1919; E 439861; Clinton H. Mont- 
gomery, Wichita. 

Lad (The) that's over there; words 

by J. R. Fitzgerald, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1425 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442314; 

John R. Fitzgerald, Paterson. 

Laddie o' mine; words by Mrs. J. W. 
Becker, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1426 
© 1 c Jan. 20, 1919; E 441404; 
Mrs. John W. Becker, Durmont, la. 

Lady May's wedding day; words and 
melody by C. W. Gilliam [of U. S.l 

[1427 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439870; 
Chas. W. Gilliam, Chicago. 

Lafayette, we are here; words by 

Mrs. M. H. Davis, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1428 

© 1 c Jan. 24, 1919; E 441558; 

Mrs. M. H. Davis, Inman, S. C. 

Lafayette, we have come ; words and 
music by M. J. Andrup [of U. S.] 

[1429 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441523; 
Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 



Lafayette, we're here; words by J. 
A. Butcher and Lottie Buckley, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1430 

© 1 c Jan. 13, 1919; E 441226; 
J. A. Butcher, Pocatello, Id. 

Lamb (The) ; words by William 
Blake, music by George Henschel [of 
England] 4to. (Songs in unison, 
staff and sol-fa notations, no. 44) 
(Cover title: Little lamb, who made 
thee?) [1431 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435716 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Lament — I'm troubled in mind ; negro 
spiritual, by Clarence Cameron 
White [of U. S.] op. 12, no. 2; violin 
and piano (Bandanna sketches, no. 
2) [1432 

© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442028; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Lancelot and Elaine ; words by Alfred 
Tennyson, music by A. Favara Tof 
Italy] ; high or medium voice. [1433 
© Dec. 26, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1918 ; E 440907 ; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 
Land (The) o' the thistle and 
heather; words by A. W. Loudon, 
music by J. B. Shirley [of U. S] 
8vo. [1434 

© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441849; John B. Shirley, Troy, 
N. Y. 
Land of freedom, land of glory; 
words by Harold Simpson, music by 
Hugh R. Hulbert [of England] ; in 
F. [1435 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435513 ; Newman pub co., ltd., Lon- 
don 
Land (The) of liberty; words and 
melody by H E. Dubin [of U. S] 

[1436 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439634; 

Harry Ennis Dubin, New York. 

Land (The) of liberty — America; 

words by B. M. Allen, music by Leo 

Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 

American music co [1437 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan 13, 1919; 

E 441328 ; Bessie M Allen, Kingston. 

N. Y. 

Land of lullaby ; words by Jack Yel- 

len, melody by Abe Olman [of U. S.] 

[1438 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 439963; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 



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Land (The) of our dreams come 
true; words by Mollie P. Rogers, 
music by Billy James [William 
James, of U. S.] [1439 

© Dec. 28. 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 31. 1918 ; 
E 441447; J. Vincent Healy, Phila- 
delphia. 

Lanterns; by Richard P. Hammond 

[of U. S.] op. 7, no. 2; piano, [1440 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan 25, 1919 ; 

E 442061; Composer's music corp-, 

New York. 

Last (The) call; words by Mrs. J. E. 
De Nise. music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1441 
© 1 c Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441132 ; Mrs. 
J. E. De Nise, Montreal, Canada. 

Last (The) command; words by J. F. 

Callahan, music by Ralph R. Reiche 

[of U. S.] [1442 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441634; 

James F. Callahan, Chicago. 

Lavender, my lavender; marching 
song of C. C, N. Y., words by Elias 
Lieberman, music by W. R. Johnson 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [1443 
© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441929; Walter Robert Johnson, 
New York. 

Lead us on ; words and music by P. 

R. Butler [of U. S.], arr. by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [1444 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439825; P. 

R. Butler, Eastman, Ga. 

League of nations ; march, by W. 
Morris [of U. S.] ; piano. [1445 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441782; 
William Morris, Buffalo. 

Leaving France with honor; words 

and music by G. R. Benton [of U. 

S.] [1446 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442333; 

Geo. R. Benton, Philadelphia. 

Legend (The) ; selection by Joseph 
Breil [of U. S.] ; piano. [1447 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1919 ; 
E 440942 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Lepo-lele ; Armenian folk-dance, coll. 
by Haig Gudenian, har. and arr. by 
Howard Brockway [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1448 
© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919: 
E 442264; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



Lest we forget ; words by J. S. Buller, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1449 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E. 441547; 

J. S. Buller, Coldwater, Kan. 

words by W. R. Marts, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1450 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441398; 
Wm. R. Marts, Millville, N. J. 

Let me home ; words and music by 
O. W. Winkfield [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [1451 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 441336; O. Willis Winkfield, 
Chandler, Okl. 

Let not your heart be troubled; 
words from John xrv : 1,27, music 
by Oley Speaks [of U. S.] ; high, in 
C. [1452 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442269; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Let's bring them home; words by C. 
E. Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1453 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442486; 
C. Edward Smith, Wichita. 

Let's go to the cabbage field ; a sing- 
ing game, words by Harriet A. 
Marsh, music by F. A. Marsh [of 
U. S.] [1454 

© 1 c. Oct. 18, 1918; E 441931; 
Florence A. Marsh, Detroit. 

Let's go to the movies, dearie ; words 
and music by J. T. Woods [of U. S.] 

[1455 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441267; 
J. Taylor Woods, Hummett, Id. 

Let's sing a song of pa instead of 
ma ; words by M. G. Gottschalk, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1456 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441410; 
Martin G. Gottschalk, Saginaw, 
Mich. 

Let us cheer over there and over 
here; words and melody by R. Culli 
[of U. S.], arr. by Thos. C. Freeman 
[of U. S.] [1457 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442010; 
Raymond Culli, St. Louis. 

Liberty ; words by G. V. Williams, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1458 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441564; 
George Vail Williams, Gloversville, 
N. Y. 



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Liberty and peace; waltz, by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[1459 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442582; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Liberty awakening; U. S. A. hymn 
of freedom, words and music by P. 
J. Jersey [of U. S.] Cleveland, O., 
P. J. Jersey music co. [1460 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441924 ; P. J. Jersey, Cleveland. 

Liberty bell is ringing again, hear 
its latest refrain ; words by J. M. 
Dutton, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1461 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439407; 
Julia M. Dutton, Geneva, N. Y. 

Liberty for you and me; words and 
music by A. A. Bayer [of U. S.J 

[1462 

© Jan. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 
E 441387; Albert A. Bayer, Mil- 
waukee. 

Liberty on guard ; words by A. S. Ra- 
bador, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [1463 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441315; A. S. Rabador, Manches- 
ter, N. H. 

Life and love; from The velvet lady, 
bv Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold 
Sanford [of U. S.] ; hotel orch., B 
fiat. 4to. [1464 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 441510 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement] 

Light from out the darkness ; words 
and music by B. G. Wood [of U. S. j 

[1465 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441739; 
Belle George Wood, Ashton, Id. 

Li'le angel; words by Herbert J. 
Brandon, music by Charles Huerter 
[of U. S.] [1466 

© Jan 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441 979; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Linka ; words by Robert Levenson. 
music by James A. Murray [of U. 
S.] [1467 

© Dec. 31, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439970; Jack Mendelsohn music 
co., Boston. 



Little blossom waltz (Kvit.ko 
valcik) ; arr. by Louis Virak [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Band.— 2. Orch. 

[1468, 146!> 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440948, 440949; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Little (The) flag on our house; 
words by William C. Demorest, music 
by Charles Fonteyn Manney [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice. [1470 

© Jan. 14, 1919 : 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439936 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Little girl from the U. S. A. ; words 

by E. Spangenberg, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1471 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442302; 

Elizabeth Spangenberg, Brooklyn. 

Little happy heart ; melodie, by Carl 

Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano, in F. [1472 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 

E 442402 ; Louis Better music co., St. 

Louis. 

Little (The) hieland mon ; Scotch 

song, words by A. H. Carlisle, music 

by A. Bergh [of U. S.l [1473 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441502; 

Arthur Bergh, New York. 

Little (A) Japanese; words by M. E. 

Purdy, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1474 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441269; 

M. E. Purdy, White Plains, N. Y. 

Little (A) job for two; duet from A 

southern maid, words by Harry 

Graham, music by Harold Fraser- 

Simson [of England] [1475 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 

E 435552 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 

Crew, ltd., London. 

Little prelude; by Clayton Johns [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Three compositions 

for piano, no. 1) [147G 

© Feb. 1, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919; 

E 442373 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Little princess waltz ; by H. Engel- 

man [of U. S.] ; piano, first grade. 

[1477 
© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441647 ; Chart music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Little Sammies to the front; marche 
militaire, by Carl Sontag [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [1478 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442400; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 



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Little shepherd (Pasacek) ; polka 
mazurka, arr. by Louis Vitak [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Band.— 2. Orch. 

[1479, 1480 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440950, 440951; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. (Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Little soldier march ; by Adolph Lin- 
den [of U. S.] op. 69, B ; piano. 
(Carnival of the treble clef) [1481 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442420 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Little sonny o' mine; words by J. 
Will Callahan, music by Blanche M. 
Tice [of U. S.] [1482 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441859 ; Blanche M. Tice music pub. 
co., Sioux City, la. 

Little sugar plum from the land of 
cotton ; words and music by Ger- 
trude M. Arnold [of U. S.] (Cover- 
title: My little sugar plum) [1483 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439838 ; International pub. co., De- 
troit. 

LONDENDERRY (THE) AIR ; Mo, by 

Henry Coleman [of Great Britain] ; 
violin, v i o 1 o n c e.l 1 o and piano. 
(Cover-title: Farewell to Cucullain) 

[1484 
© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435501; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Loneliness ; words by M. M. Norman, 
music by Roy Hartzell [pseud, of G. 
W. Ashley, of U. S.] Washington, 
D. C, Publishers' service bureau. 

[1485 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919; 
E 442442 ; Mary M. Cleskey Norman, 
Griffin, Ga. 

Lonely forest maiden. See Visions. 

Lonesome for someone to love ; words 
by S. Grym, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1486 

© Jan. 27, 1919; E 441675; Ste- 
phanie Grym, Chicago. 

Long John Silver; words by J. Red- 
mond, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [1487 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; E 442222 ; John 
Redmond, Thief River Falls, Minn. 



Look at the ears on him ; How do 
you get that way, words by Jack W. 
Alford, music by L. M. Harrington 
[of U. S.], arr. by David Griffin. 

[1488 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 

E 440939 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Look out for the Yankees ; words by 

J. C. Anderson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1489 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441696; 

J. C. Anderson, Mobile, Ala. 

Look what my boy got in France; 
words by Will Dillon, music by Con 
Conrad [of U. S.] [1490 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919; E 441806; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Lorraine march ; by Louis Ganne, ed. 
bv Carl Benker [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1491 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1919; E 439935; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing] 

Lost (The) seagull; words by Beryl 
Carter, music by David Edward 
Phipson [of Great Britain] [1492 
© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435500; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Love is a winning game if played on 
the square; words by P. E. Adams, 
music bv Billy Small and P. E. 
Adams [of U. S.], arr. by Billy 
Small. [1493 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441780; 
Phil E. Adams, Brooklyn. 

Love is like a precious pearl; lyric 

by Harry D. Kerr, music by Otto 

Motzan [of U. S.] ; high key. [1494 

© Nov. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 

E 442244 ; Artmusic, inc., New York. 

Love is love when the cherry blos- 
soms fall; from The royal vaga- 
bond, words by Wm. Cary Duncan, 
music by Anselm Goetzl [of Aus- 
tria] [1495 
© Jan. 29, 1919: 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919 ; E 435694 ; M. W T itmark & sons, 
New York. 

Love me and I will live forever; 
words by Alfred Bryan, music by 
Leo Edwards [of U. S.] [1496 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919 ; E 441597 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc.. New York. 



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Love o' mine; melody by R. Wiedoeft 
[of U. S.] [1497 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441781; 
Rudy Wiedo'eft, New York. 

Love of a eose ; words by Will S. Dil- 
lon [of U. S.], music by E. Elgar, 
arr. by W. C. Polla [of U. S.] 

[1498 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 11, 

1919 ; E 439677 ; United States music 

co., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on new matter] 

Love or mine; from The royal vaga- 
bond, words by Wm. Gary Duncan, 
music by Anselm Goetzl [of Austria] 

[1499 
© Jan. 29, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919 ; E 435695 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Loved (A) one gone; hymn solo, 
words and music by H. E. Isaacs [of 
U. S.] [1500 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442295; 
Henrietta Emmons-Isaacs, Forest 
City, la. 

Love's adoration ; words by Mary E. 
Morris, music by Reuben Dale [of 
England] ; in G. [1501 

© Sept. 21, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919; E 435762; Phillips & Page, 
London. 

Love's cigarette ; from A southern 
maid, words by Harry Graham and 
Adrian Ross, music by Harold Fra- 
ser-Simson [of England] [1502 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435548; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Love's flight ; words by John E. War- 
ren, music by Mrs. Allen Howard 
Frazer [of U. S.] [1503 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439845; Frazer pub. Co., 
Detroit. 

Love's good night ; words by C. F. A. 
Rathbone, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [1504 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441488; 
C. F. A. Rathbone, Hortonville, Nova 
Scotia. 

Love's saceifice ; words and music by 
J. Fornear, sr. [of U. S.] [1505 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441697; 
John Fornear, sr., Sesser, 111. 

Luceezia Boegia. See Donizetti (Gae- 
ta.no ) 



Lullaby; three-part song, words and 
music by H. B. Criswell [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices. ( Octavo-secular, 
no. 3705) [1506 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442568; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

See also Davidson (Mrs. W. C.) 

Three songs. 

Lune d'amoite; ou, Lune et rossignol, 
paroles de E. Dumont, musique de 
F. L. Benech [of France] ; piano et 
chant. [1507 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435663 ; F. L. Benech, Paris. 

M'amotjr, seche tes laemes ; chanson- 
valse, paroles de Andre de Jarcy et 
Ph. Febvre, musique de Rene de 
Buxeuil [of France] [1508 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 435619; Edition musiciana, 
Paris. 

Ma kootie, kootie boy ; song and 

dance, words and music by H. Pan- 

duro [of U. S.] [1509 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442242; 

Henri Panduro, Milwaukee. 

Mabel Latjea; words by W. Howard, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington Tof 

U. S.] [1510 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441672; 

Wendell Howard, Chicago. 

Mad (The) jazz eazz; by Ivor Weir 
[of England] ; piano with text. 

[1511 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435516; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Maid (The) of the mill; by Cedric 
W. Lemont [of U. S.] ; piano. [1512 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439679; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Maid (A) who's made foe me; from 
As you were, lyric by Harry Wil- 
liams, music by Leo Flanders [of 
U. S.] [1513 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442589 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Maids of Moscow ; mazurka, by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[1514 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919; E 441450; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 



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Make a joyful noise; words from 
the 100th Psalm, music by J. G. 
MacDermid [of U. S.] ; high, low. 

[1515 

© Oct. 15, 1918 ; 1 c. each Nov. 16, 
1918; 1 c. each Nov. 29, 1918; E 
433984; James G. MacDermid, Chi- 
cago. 

Make the Kaiser lay his big gun 
down ; words and music by T. Gib- 
son [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar mu- 
sic co. [1516 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441337; Thomas Gibson. 
Brownwood, Tex. 

Make them glad they're home ; words 
by C. McCormick, music by Lloyd 
Melvin Manners [pseud, of Warner 
C. Williams, of U. S.] [1517 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441280; 
Christy McCormick, Quantico, Va. 

Malipiero (G. Francesco) Cinq mel- 
odies; musique par G. F. Malipiero 
[of Italy] ; piano et chant. Con- 
tents : — rl. Chanson Morave ; paroles 
par Victor Margueritte. — 2. Les yeux 
couleur du temps; paroles par Vic- 
tor Margueritte. — 3. Pegase; pa- 
roles par Victor Margueritte. — 4. 
Ariette ; paroles par Jean Moreas. — 
5. L'archet; paroles par Charles 
Gros. [1518 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6. 1919 ; 
E 435466; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Mammy ; words by F. B. Rarnseur, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[1519 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441300; Frances B. Ramseur, San 
Francisco. 

Mandolin and guitar folio ; arr. bv 
J. F. Roach [of U. S.] Cincinnati. 
O., Roach-Frankland. [1520 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; aft'. Jan. 30, 1919; A 509919; 
James F. Roach, Cincinnati. 

March on, Americans; the American 
Marseillaise, words by Grace Mc- 
Kinley, music by Mabel McKinlev 
[of U. S.], arr. by S. Danks [of U. 
S.] ; male voices. 4to. [1521 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439896 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



March, Sammies, march ; words by 
F. L. Fitzpatrick, music by Gilbert 
Brunn [of U. S.], arr. by E. G. 
Brunn [of U. S.] [1522 

© 1 c Jan. 20, 1919; E 441456; 
Edith Gilbert Brunn, Kennewick, 
Wash. 

Marche des casques bleus; par E Eu- 
gene] Hovelacque [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. [1523 
© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435680; Hovelacque, Paris. 

Marche (La) des etoiles ; chanson de 
route franco-americaine, paroles de 
Maurice Boukay, musique de Louis 
Ganne [of France] ; piano et chant. 

[1524 
© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435461 ; Societe anonyme des 
editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Marche interralliee. See Saint- 
Saens (Charles Camille) 

Marching. See Never-lonely child. 

Marching song; words and music by 
J. M. Bley [of U. S.] Philadelphia, 
Pa., Dudley T. Limerick. [1525 

© Dec. 26, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1918 ; E 441581 ; John M. Bley, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Marching thru Belgium; words by 
H. Kotts, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1526 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441097; 
Henry Kotts, Jamestown, N. D. 

Marcia reale; Italian royal march, 
words and arr. by G. T. Edwards, 
Italian tr. by Vincent A. Castel- 
lucci [of U. S.], music by G. Ga- 
betti. Portland, Me., Underwood 
music co., London, England, B. Feld- 
man & co. - [1527 

© Dec. 23, 1918; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
30, 1918; A 509924; George Thorn- 
ton Edwards, Portland, Me. 

Margarita; from the opera Margitta, 
by E. Meyer-Helmund, trans, by 
Louis Better [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1528 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442418; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Marianina ; chanson napolitaine, par 
Victor Monti, transcription de H. 
Mouton [of Italy] ; petit orch. avec 
piano conducteur et harmonium 
parties ad lib. 4to. (Collection 
orchestrina, no. 23) [1529 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 437479; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



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Maeseillaise (La) ; three-part cho., 
French and English words, Eng- 
lish version by Alice Mattullath, 
music by Rouget de 1'Isle, arr. by 
C. P. Scott [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. [1530 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442013; Carl Fischer, New York, 
r Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Maeshall (Lois Koetlandee) Pre- 
lude; by L. K. Marshall [of U. S.] ; 
piano. No. I, II. [1531, 1532 

© 1 e. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441372, 
441373; Lois Kortlander Marshall, 
Ann Arbor. 

Maetello (II) dell' intesa; canzone 
patriottica, versi di Anthony 
Oranges, musica di P. Bolognese [of 
U. S.] 4to. [1533 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442095; 
Paul Bolognese, New York. 

Maey; song fox trot, by Hugo Frey 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [1534 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 

1919; E 439996; G. Ricordi & co., 

New York. 

Maey's ankle; words by B. F. In- 

man, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [1535 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 430983; 

Byford F. Inman, Westfield, Ind. 

Maezella waltzes ; by C. R. Carpen- 
ter [of U. S.] ; instrumental. [1536 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440983; 
Clint R. Carpenter, Minneapolis. 

Matelots. See Poemes de la mer. 

Matee lilioeum ; words by Arthur Sy- 
mons, music by Cecil Forsythe [of 
England, domiciled at New York] 
(Two poems in musical settings, no. 
1) [1537 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 442142; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 
Mattinata a claeetta ; parole di Lu- 
ciano Molinari, musica di S. Sebaste 
Nannelli [of Italy] ; mandolino e 
canto. Napoli, F. Bideri. 4to. 

[1538 

© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435651 ; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 
Mavoueneen, mavotjeneen, acushla 
machbee; words and music by B. J. 
Egan [of U. S.] [1539 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439855 ; Bert J. Egan, Long Beach, 
Cal. 



Maypole (The) dance; by Louis A. 
Brookes [of U. S.] ; piano. (Scenes 
of childhood) [1540 

© Oct. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 441797 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Mazlteka in B flat.. See Chopin 
(Frederic Frangois). 

Mazueka no. 1 ; by Hans Wessely [of 

England] ; violin and piano. [1541 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 

1919; E 435525; Joseph Williams, 

ltd., London. 

Mazueka no. 2 ; by Hans Wessely [of 

England] ; violin and piano. [1542 

© Dec. 12. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 

1919; E 435526; Joseph Williams, 

ltd., London. 

by Noiram Elicec [of U. S.] ; pi- 
ano. [1543 
© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 441800 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Mazuekas. See Chopin (Frederic 
Frangois) 

Me and Uncle Sam has done been 
ovee; coon song, words by G. V. 
Copes, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1544 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442483; 
Grace Vance Copes, Dallas. 

Meaning (The) or Amebic a today; 
words by R. Vonhauten, music by 
Roy Hartzell [pseud, of G. W. Ash- 
ley, of U. S.] Washington, D. C, 
Publishers' service bureau. [1545 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919; 
E 442444; Rena Vonhauten, Pater- 
son. 

Meet me in the twilight ; words by 
W. E. Cook, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1546 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441232; 
William E. Cook, Pittsburgh. 

Melodies; musique par Philippe Nar- 
ces [of France] 4to. Contents: La 
demeure en Juillet ; poesie de M. de 
Noailles. — En reve cette nuit ; poesie 
de Paul Feuillatre. — Un baiser; poe- 
sie de Eclmond Rostand. — Je suis la, 
sur le balcon ; poesie de M. de 
Noailles. — Le soir mourant ; poesie 
de Jacques Guenne. — Blotti comme 
un oiseau ; poesie de Albert Samain. 

[1547 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919 ; E 435706 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 



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Melody book : by Dorothy Gaynor 
Blake [of U. S.] ; piano. 2d bk. 

[1548 
© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 1 c. and aff. Jan. 
15, 1919; A 510417: Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Memorial anthem ; international song, 
no. 2, words by R. Leigh, music by 
E. Marzo [of U. S.] [1549 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919; E 441090; 
Ralph Leigh and Eduardo Marzo, 
New York. 

Memories ; poem, by Charles Previa 

[of IT. S.] ; violin and piano. [1550 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

1919; E 441591; International music 

pub. co., New York. 

Memories — at Versailles. Kcc 1745. 

Memories of mother ; words and mu- 
sic by W. T. Smith [of U. S.] [1551 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441730; 
Walter T. Smith, Chicago. 

Memories of you ; words and music 
by W. A. Zimmerman [of U. S.] 

[1552 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442600; 
W. A. Zimmerman, Salt Lake City. 

Men (The) behind the men over 
there; words by R. G. Williams, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago. North American music co. 

[1553 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441297; Ralph G. Williams, Fres- 
no. Cal. 

Men of brave deeds ; words and music 

by F. G. Fick [of U. S.], arr. by Er- 

win F. Swindell [of U. S.] [1554 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 441833; 

Frank G. Fick, Davenport, la. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Romances sans paroles ; 
par Mendelssohn, rev. et annotated 
par Marguerite Long [of France] ; 
piano. (Edition nationale, no. 5144) 

[1555 
© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435462; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotation] 

Menitetto ; de Maurice Pesse, arr. par 
S. Chapelier [of France] ; orch. et 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1556 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435579; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Merry playmates ; intermezzo, by 
Richard Howgill [of England] ; 
orch. and piano conductor. 4to. 

[1557 
© Jan. 24, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919 ; E 435767 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Merry (The) pop of the cork; words 
and music by F. Commins [of U. S.] 

[1558 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441854; 
Frank' Commins, Sausalito, Cal. 

Merry shepherd polka; by Adolph 
Linden [of IT. S.] op. 69, C; piano. 
(Carnival of the treble clef) [1559 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442421 : Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Merry springtime; rondo, by H, 
Engelman [of U. S.] ; piano, first 
grade. [1560 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441652; Chart music pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Message (A) from Uncle Sam; words 

by A. M. Stoddart, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1561 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441566; 

A. M. Stoddart, Brooklyn. 

Message (A), O moon, for over there ; 
words by H. E. Winesburg, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [1562 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441290 : H. E. Winesburg, Spring- 
field, 111. 

Mighty (The) American army; 
words and music by T. W. Tresidder 
[of U. S.] Seattle, Wash., Tree mu- 
sic pub. co. [1563 
© Dec. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919 ; E 442195 ; Thomas W. Tresid- 
der, Seattle. 

Milady's perfume ; from Century mid- 
night whirl, words by Joseph Mc- 
Carthy and John Henry Mears, mu- 
sic by Harry Tierney [of U. S.] 

[1564 

© Jan. 20, 1919; '2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919 ; E 441821 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc., New York. 

Miles of smiles ; words by Herbert 
E. Mohr, music by Will S. Dillon [of 
U. S.] [1565 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31. 1919 ; 
E 441847; United States music CO., 
New York. 



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Milk-oo ; from The officer's mess, 
words by Douglas Hoare, music by 
Philip Braham [of England] [1566 
© Nov. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 16. 1918 ; 
E 435360; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Miller's (The) daughter of the 

Black Fotjest ; melody by L. I. 

Liggy [of U. S.] [1567 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441857; 

Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Minnie, shimmie for me ; words by 
Jimmy Lucas, music by Billy Frisch 
[of U. S.] [156S 

© Jan. 2, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919; 
E 441804; Broadway music Corp.. 
New York. 

Minuet ; by Albert Sammons Tof Eng- 
land] op. 14; violin and piano. 

[1569 
© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435729 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

■ by Benin min Burrows [of Great 

Britain] ; piano. (Dance rhythms, 
no. 1) [1570 

© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3. 1919 ; 
E 435720 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Minuet (A) of long ago; from Owing 
to the war, words by Stanley Mere- 
dith, music by K. Handy side [of 
Canada] Toronto, W. R. Draper. 

[1571 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435756 ; Keith Handyside, London, 
Canada. 

Mio biondo amore ; versi di Tom Gaeta 
musica di F. Buongiovanni [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. 4to. Napoli. F. 
Bideri. [1572 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 435700 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Mira que casualidad; words and 
melody by J. Bertman [of Mexico, 
domiciled at New York] 4to. 

[1573 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442098; 
Julio Bertman, New York. 

Miracle (The) of Saint Raymond 
(Un miracle de Sant Ramon) ; 
twelve-part chorus, poem trad., Eng- 
lish version by Deems Taylor and 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S.], music 
after a trad, melody from Mallorca 
as recorded by Enric Morera, ed. by 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] op 18; 



Miracle (The) of Saint Raymond — 
Continued. 

mixed voices. 4to. (Spanish choral 
ballads, no. 13309) [1574 

© Dec. 26. 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1919 ; 
E 440811 : Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translating 
and editing] 

Miracle (A) of the Virgin Mary (Un 
miragre de la Virgen Maria) ; can- 
ticle of Spanish Galicia, chorus, Eng- 
lish version by Deems Taylor and 
K. Schindler [of U. S.], music after 
Francesch Pujol, arr. and ed. by 
Kurt Schindler, op. 19 ; mixed voices, 
eight part. 4to. (Spanish choral 
ballads, no. 13313) [1575 

© Dec. 20. 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440816; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translating 
and editing] 

___ two-part chorus, Eng- 
lish version by Deems Taylor and 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S]. music after 
Francesch Pujol, arr. and ed. by K. 
Schindler; sop. and alto, ten. and 
bass ad lib. 4to. (Spanish choral 
ballads, no. 13314) [1576 

© Dec. 13. 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30. 1918 ; 
E 440815 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translating 
and editing] 

Miserere. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Miss Lady love; words by Elizabeth 

Sessions, music by B. Boutelle [i. e. 

E. T. Boutelle, of U. S.l [1577 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442498; 

Elizabeth Thorn Boutelle, New York. 

Missouri (The) waltz; de F. K. 
Logan and J. V. Eppel, arr. par S. 
Cbapelier [of France] ; orch. et 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1578 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435575; Chappell et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mr. Booze, I've such a lot to thank 
you for; written and melody com- 
posed by Frank Terry [of U. S.] 

[1579 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 439904; 
Frank Edwards, Pasadena. 

Mr. McAdoo; words and music by J. 
H. Warrington [of U. S.], arr. by 
Frank C. A. Mi'ano. [1580 

© Jan. 7, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919; 
E 441079; James H. Warrington, 
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Mk. Nevin, I'm in heaven when I j 
hear youe Rosary ; words by Grant 
W. Clarke, melody by Geo. W. Meyer 
[of U. S.] [1581 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441618; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Mocking-bird (The) was singing 
Mary Belle; words by E. Davis, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1582 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441172 ; Ella 
Davis, Butte, Mont. 

Monde d'amour (Wonderful world of 
romance) ; celebre melodie anglaise 
de Haydn Wood, arr. par S. Chape- 
lier [of France] ; orch. et piano con- 
ducted. 4to. [1583 
© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435591; Chappell et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment 1 

Moon (The) at the full; from Songs 
of springtime, lyric by Helen Taylor, 
music by Landon Ronald [of Eng- 
land] ; no. 3 in G. [1584 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435747; Enoch & sons, London. 

More like America; words by C. F. 

Brandt, music by Mabel Sloan-Falch 

[of U. S.] [1585 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439824; 

Carl F. Brandt, Zion City, 111. 

Morning (The) the whistles blew; 
words and music by C. Bicker [of 
U. S.], arr. by James Gross [of U. S.] 
(Cover-title: The peace day song on 
the morning the whistles blew) 

[1586 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 440915; Charles Richer, Jenkin- 
town, Pa. 

Morris dance ; from The York pageant 
music by T. Tertius Noble [and] 
Spring-time ; valse - intermezzo, by 
George Drumm : arr. by Tom Clark 
[of U. S.] ; band with conductor. 4to. 

[1587 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442271; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement. 

Mother and I ; words by Mrs. W\ M. 
Reed, melody by M. Peree [pseud, of 
Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of U. S.] [1588 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439696; 
Mrs. W. M. Reed, Johnstown, Pa. 



Mother dear I'm coming back to you ; 
words and music by E. W. Miller [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1589 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441749 ; Eugene W. Miller, Green- 
ville, Pa. 

Mother is dreaming or you ; words by 
H. H. Archer, music by Roy Hart- 
zell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] 
Washington, D. C, Publishers' serv- 
ice bureau. [1590 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442448 ; Harry H. Archer, Catawba 
Sanatorium, Va. 

Mother is waiting for you ; words by 
C. M. Naugle, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1591 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442327 ; Chas. 
M. Naugle, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Mother o'mine ; words by M. Sievert, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1592 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441242; 

Mina Sievert, Bear Creek, Mont. 

Mother on parade; words by T. B. 
Considine, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1593 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442323 ; T. 
B. Considine, Milwaukee. 

Mother, we don't know what you 
mean to us ; words by P. L. Wolfe, 
melody by B. Waldman [of U. S.] 

[1591 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 44192S ; 
Philip L. Wolfe, Dorchester, Mass. 
Mother's consolation ; words and mu- 
sic by J. Carl, sr. [of U. S.J, arr. by 
G. N. Thurn [of U. S.] [1595 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 442378; 
Julius Carl, sr., Chicago. 
Mother's letters ; words by L. Hew- 
itt, music by Irene Jackson [of U. 
S.] [1596 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439837; Jackson & Hewitt, Pon- 
tiac, Mich. 
Mother's merry thoughts ; words by 
T. M. Vig, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [1597 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442087; 
T. M. Vig, Hazel Run, Minn. 
Mother's (A) prayer at twilight; 
words and music by W. C. Smith [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1598 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27. 1919 ; 
E 441752; W. C. Smith, McMeehen, 
W. Va. 



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Mother's teaes ; lyric by Sam M. 
Lewis and Joe Young, music by Bert 
Grant [of U. S.] 4to. [1599 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 442259; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Mountebanks (The) ; March comique, 
from Yesterday, by Reginald De Ko- 
ven [of U. S.] ; piano. [1600 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 439915 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Move on Jim ; words by B. Gill, music 
by Ernest Clifton Evans [of U. S.] 

[1601 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442284; 
Bert Gill, Flint, Mich. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Fan- 
taisies, rondos et oeuvres diverses ; 
de Mozart, nouvelle ed. rev. et 
doigtee par L. Diemer [of France] ; 
piano. (Edition nationale fran- 
chise pantheon des pianistes, no. 
1045) [1602 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 435631; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and fingering] 

Six concertos ; de W. A. Mozart, 

rev. par J. Guy Ropartz [of France] ; 
piano a deux mains. (Edition 
classique, no. 9592) [1603 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 435632; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

My America, I'm proud of you ; words 
by L. Yokey and R. Myers, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1604 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441169; 
Lena Yokey and Rose Myers, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

My American eyes of blue ; words by 
N. Bolding, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [1605 

© Dec. 9, 1918 : 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441313; Nola Bolding, Bartlett, 
Tex. 

My Apache lover ; words and melody 
by J. Fink [of U. S.] [1606 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439865; 
Johnny Fink, Minneapolis. 

My baby doll; words by H. Burros, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1607 

© 1 c. Jan. 27; 1919; E 441684;' 

Harry Burros, Brooklyn. 



My Belgian Rose; quartette by Geo. 
Benoit, Robert Levenson and Ted 
Gar ton, arr. by Alfred J. Doyle [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [1608 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441063 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

My Carolina home; words by L. H. 

Casto, music by Reni S. Berry [of 

U. S.] [1609 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 441920; 

Le Roy Harrison Casto, Los Angeles. 

My choc'late soldier Sammy boy; 
words and music by Egbert Van A.1- 
styne [of U. S.] [1610 

© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 441603 ; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 
New York. 

My country; words by Mrs. A. A. 
Kern, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [1611 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439S76; 
Mrs. Arena A. Kern, Clark Summit, 
Pa. 

My daddy's lullaby ; words and music 
by V. Potter [of U. S.] [1612 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 442151 ; Virginia Potter, Newport, 
R. I. 

My days have been so wondrous 
free; song by Francis Hopkinson, 
ed. and augmented by Harold V. 
Milligan [of U. S.] ; high, low voice. 
(In The first American composer: 
Schmidt's educational series, no. 212 
a,b) [1613 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1919 ; E 440921 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

My dear little wife; words by E. 
Berecochea, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1614 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; E 441259 ; 
Ed. Berecochea, Tranquility, Cal. 

My dear old U. S. A. ; words by Claire 
Hart, music by Beth Hart [of U. S.] 

[1615 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441493; 
Mrs. C. L. Wing, Monrovia, Cal. 

My dear son; words by Mrs. M. L. 
Chavalier, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1616 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441094 ; Mrs. * 
M. L. Chavalier, Manistee, Mich. 



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My Dixie queen ; words and music by 
Jack Foley and Fred Richmond [of 
England] London, Herman Darew- 
ski music pub co. [1617 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 435545; Charles Sheard & co., % 
Herman Darewski music pub. co., 
London. 

My doughnut gikl; words by Elmore 
Leningwell, music by Robert Bert- 
rand Brown [of U. S.j [1618 
© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 442183 ; Salvation army, inc., New 
York. 

My Eppie Adaie. See Hammond 
(Richard P.) Six songs from 
Burns. 

My gal's another gal like Galli- 
Cukci ; words by Louis Weslyn, mu- 
sic by Felix Arndt [of U. S.] [1619 
Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919: 
E 442065 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

My generous heart disdains ; song by 
Francis Hopkinson, ed. and aug- 
mented" by Harold V. Milligan [of 
U. S.] ; high, low voice. {In The 
first American composer : Schmidt's 
educational series, no 212 a,b) [1620 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1919 ; E 440925 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

My girl from Hon-a-lu ; words and 
music by W. F. Horner [of U. S.], 
arr. by Harry Foley and G. Woods 
[of U. S.] [1621 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442437; 
Walter F. Horner, Tacoma. 

My girl of the golden West ; words 
and music bv Pomme Panchot 
[pseud, of E. Ballard, of U. S.], arr. 
by F. C. Collhige [of Great Britain] 

[1622 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441389; 
Edna Ballard, New York. 

My heart at thy sweet voice. See 
Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 

My heart is longing just for you; 

words and melody bv E. F. Jones [of 

U. S.] 4to. [1623 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439601; 

Edwin Francis Jones, New York. 

My heart's own queen ; words by 

Philip L. Wolfe, melody by B. Wald- 

man [of U. S.] [1624 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; E 439991 ; 

Bessie Waldman, Roxbury, Mass. 



My home town ; words and music by 

A. S. Loring [of U. S.] [1625 
© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1919; E 441911; Amelia S. Loring, 
Melrose, Mass. 

My land of liberty ; words and music 
by P. A. Cunningham [of U. S.] 

[1626 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439889; 
Paul A. Cunningham, Chicago. 

My little soldier lad ; words by Vir- 
ginia May Harper, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1627 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441118 ; Mrs. 

B. S. Harper, Moorhead, la. 

My little sweetheart girl; waltz 
song, words by H. Jacobsen, music 
by J. H. Horn [of Canada] [1628 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 435776 ; H. Jacobsen, Port Arthur, 
Canada. 

My" love o' y'ou; words and music by 
Abbie Gerrish- Jones [of U. S.] 

[1629 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441890; Wesley Webster, San 
Francisco. 

My loving Johnny boy- ; words and 
music by E. G. Cahoon [of U. S.] 

[1630 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439858; Earl G. Cahoon, Boise, 
Id. 

My moving picture dream ; words by 

Howard H. Edmonds, melody by C. 

Johnson [of U. S.] [1631 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441574; 

Claude Johnson, Fort Bliss, Tex. 

My own asthore macree ; words by 
Mrs. R. A. Palmer, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1632 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442306; 
Mrs. R. A. Palmer, Edmonton, Can- 
ada. 

My own little Kitty O'Neill ; Irish 
waltz song, words by R. T. Blair, 
music bv W. Wolff [of U. S.] 

[1633 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441788; 
Robert T. Blair and Walter Wolff, 
New York. 

My pirate maid ; words and music by 
G. Simons [of U. S.] [1634 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439892; 
Garwood Simons, San Francisco. 



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My peetty sweet Louise ; words by C. 
W. Hinds, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1635 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442331; 
C. W: Hinds, Dover, N. H. 

My queen without a crown ; words 
and music by J. C. MacCallum [of 
L T . S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1636 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27; 
1919 ; E 441761 ; James Clarke Mac- 
Callum, Hamilton, Canada. 

My rosary of memories ; words and 
music by Bob Murray [of U. S.] 

[1637 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439973; United schools of 
popular music, Boston. 

My salvation Nell ; words by J. Bran- 
don Walsh, music by Jack Norworth 
[of U. S.] [1638 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 442380 ; Jack Norworth pub. 
co., New York. 

My service flag ; words and music bv 
F. C. Brewer [of U. S.] [1639 

© Doc. 30. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442353 ; Florence Carleton Brewer, 
Los Angeles. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 

My soldier boy is coming home; 
words and music by Mrs. T. R. Pri- 
deaux [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [1640 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441750; Mrs. T. R. Pri- 
deaux, Brownfield, Tex. 

My sweet southern Rose; waltz bal- 
lad, words and music by S. P. Har- 
ris [of U. S.] ; B flat. Detroit, 
Sydney P. Harris co. [1641 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442297 ; Sydney P. Harris, Detroit. 

My tootsie wootsie Susie; words by 
H. Preston, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1612 
© 1 c. Jan. 13. 1919; E 441260; 
Harvey Preston, Baltimore. 

My victory land ; words and music 
bv H. S. Krossin [of U. S.], arr. by 
C. C. Krier [of U. S.] St. Paul, 
Minn., Krossin & co. [1643 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 439926; Harry S. Krossin, 
St. Paul. 



My yesterday ; barcarolle, from Yes- 
terday, lyric by Glen Macdonough, 
music by Reginald De Koven [of 
U. S.] [1644 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
]919 ; E 439916 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Nancette ; waltz, by Fabian Rose [of 

England] ; piano. [1645 

© Dec. 31. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 10, 

1919; E 435764; Phillips & Page, 

London. 

Naomi ; words by J. R. Shannon, mu- 
sic founded on Naomi waltz, by F. 
W. Vandersloot [of U. S.] [1646 

© Jan. 11. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13. 
1919; E 441288; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

National anthems of the Allies ; 
simplv arr. for young Americans by 
Edith Lang [of'u. S.] [1647 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 442184; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Nature's mirror. See In fancy's 
realm. 

Navy (The) will bring them back; 
quartet, words by Howard Johnson, 
music bv Ira Schuster [of U. S.], 
arr. by Alfred J. Doyle [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. [1648 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439897 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Nebraska; words and music by M. J. 
Andrup [of U. S.] [1649 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1919; E 441517; 
Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 

Negro dance — Sometimes I feel like 
a motherless child ; negro spiritual, 
by Clarence Cameron White [of U. 
S.] op. 12, no. 4; violin and piano. 
(Bandanna sketches, no. 4) [1650 
© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25. 
1919; E 442030; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Never (The) lonely child ; five songs, 
words by Virginia Woods Mackall, 
music by Carl Engel [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. Contents : At the sea- 
shore. — In twilight gardens. — At 
night. — The friendly moon. — March- 
ing. [1651 
© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 441582; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



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New America ; words and melody by 

S. H. Hodges [of U. S.] [1652 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439396; 

Samuel Horatio Hodges, Arlington, 

N. J. 

words by D. D. Huston, music by 

L. Grant [of U. S.] [1653 

© Jfin. 30. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919; 
E 441861 ; Daisy D. Huston and Leta 
Grant, Deep water, Mo. 

words by N. Du Charme, melody 

by J. Asturias [of U. S.], arr. by 
Mrs. F. B. Bettencourt [of U. S.] 

[1654 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439404; 

Nelson DuCharme, San Mateo, Cal. 

words by S. F. Smith, music by 

S. H. Hodges [of U. S.] [1655 

© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1918; E 441588; 
Samuel Horatio Hodges, Arlington, 
N. J. 

New (The) flag's the old flag; 
chorus, words by J. F. Mitchell, mu- 
sic by A. L. Fillmore [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [1656 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441354; Aden L. Fillmore, 
Pittsburgh. 

New (The) liberty song; words and 
music by B. M. Tucker [of U. S.l 

[1657 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441256; 
Beatrice M. Tucker, Butte, Mont. 

New rote songs ; a small cluster of 
gems, by S. H. Buntley [of U. S.] 
Svo. [1658 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
22. 1918 ; A 510597 ; Samuel H. Bunt- 
ley, Sheldon, la. 

New (The) watch on the Rhine; 

words and music by S. Howard [of 

U. S.] [1659 

© 1 c. Jan. 3. 1919; E 440919; 

Shafter Howard, San Francisco. 

New (The) York joys; words and 
melody by C. Lapham [of U. S.] 

[1660 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1918; E 442139; 
Claude Lapham, New York. 

'Nfama ? e che ffa ; ve,rsi di A. Genise, 
musica di L. De Luca [of Italy] ; 
mandolino e canto. Napoli, F. Bi- 
deri. 4to. [1661 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435653 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



Nice (A) little girl on the side; 
from The royal vagabond, words by 
Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Anselm 
Goetzl [of Austria] [1662 

© Jan. 29, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 435697; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

Nights (The) o' spring; madrigal, 
words by Bertha Ochsner, music by 
Frances McCollin [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [1663 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439938 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

No more. See Songs of a roving Celt. 

No voice like mother's ; words by F. 
N. Magaw, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1664 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442335; 
Florence N. Magaw, Barnsley, Pa. 

Noel a la fenetre (By the window at 
Christmas) ; melodie, extraite du 
prelude A l'aube de paix, paroles et 
musique de E. A. Chizat [of France], 
l'adaptation anglaise par S. Cuth- 
bert Poirson, l'adaptation hollan- 
daise et italienne par Adrien Tim- 
mermans, les deux strophes inter- 
mediaires par Maurice Daucourt; 
choeur ad lib., mezzo sop. ou baryton. 
Edition de guerre. Paris, Hugues- 
Robert et cie. 4to. [1665 

© Dec. IS, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435457 ; Emile Abel Chizat, Paris. 

Non si passa ; versi di Francesco Mer- 
cogliano. musica di L. F. Fernando 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
canto e mandolino. 4to. [1666 

© Nov. 11, 1918; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1918 ; E 437388 ; Francesco Merco- 
gliano, New York. 

Norma; ouverture. See Album d' 
ouvertures. 

Not me und Gott, but God and Wil- 
son ; words by B. F. BeDell, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1667 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441099; 
Ben F. BeDell, Menominee, Mich. 

Now and for all time; words by 
Douglas Furber, music by A. Em- 
mett Adams [of England] [1668 

© Nov. 29, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435558; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 



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Now ev'ry little giel has a chance; 
words by L. L. Bright, music by 
Charles M. Smith [of U. S.] Macon, 
Ga., Proctor-Patterson music co. 

[1669 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442233; Lynwood L. Bright, At- 
lanta. 

Now he is ovee ; words and music by 
A. Kain [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [1670 
© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27. 
1919; E 441753; Amanda Kain, Los 
Angeles. 

Now you've come back, deae; words 
and music by Rachel Loveday [of 
England] ; in D. [1671 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919; E 435763; Phillips & Page, 
London. 

Nox. See Poemes de la mer. 

'Nu bacio 'e coee; versi di G. B. De 
Curtis, musica di G. Spagnolo [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. Napoli, 
F. Bideri. 4to. [1672 

© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 435652; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Nu vaecaiuolo suEEENTiNo ; versi di 
Scotto Di Carlo, musica di Gennaro 
Camerlingo [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; mand. ace. 4to. [1673 
© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441630; Casa editrice De 
Charny, New York. 

O babe divine; words and music by 
Bernard Hamblen [of U. S.] ; low 
voice. [1674 

© Nov. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1919 ; E 441277 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

'O bene ca te poeto ; versi di R. Gal- 
dieri Rambaldo, musica di G. Spag- 
nolo [of Italy] ; mand. ace. Napoli, 
F. Bideri. 4to. [1675 

© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435699; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

O. (The) D. soldiees choeus ; words 

and music by A. N. Pellant [of U. S.] 

4to. [1676 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 442105; 

Adolph N. Pellant, Saugerties, N. Y. 

O FLAG OF MINE ! O FLAG OF THINE ; 

words and music by H. G. Millier 
[of U. S.] [1677 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441391; 
Henry George Millier, Los Angeles. 



O foe a look at Libeety ; words and 
music by Chas. T. Edgecomb [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1678 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441760; Mrs. A. A. Marr, 
Bath, Me. 

O God of battles, haste the day; 
alma mater, words and music bv C. 
W. Laufer [of U. S.] [1679 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441623 ; C. W. Laufer, New 
York. 

O hello, more than that ; words by 

J. E. Gease, music by Walter E. 

Gease [of U. S.] [1680 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442319; 

J. E. Gease, Helper, Utah. 

O may my deeam come teue; words 
and music by J. A. Kilcullen [of U. 
S.] [1681 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 441504 ; Joseph A. Kilcullen, 
Philadelphia. 

O my Columbia; chorus, words by 
Frona Scott, music by J. A. Parks 
[of U. S.] ; quartet of mixed voices. 
4to. (Choice compositions for mixed 
voices, secular series, no. 830) 

[1682 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 441395; J. A. Parks co., 
York, Neb. 

O sanctissima; by F. Gruber, arr. by 
Edward Strietel [of U. S.] ; violin 
and piano. (Favorite melodies, no. 
35) [1683 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442570; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

'O segeeto e Napule; versi di Vin- 
cenzo Narciso, musica di Domenico 
Ietti [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; mand. ace. [1684 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441632; Casa editrice De 
Charny, New York. 

'O sole 'e Napule ; versi di Tom Gaeta, 
musica di F. Buongiovanni [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Napoli, F. Bi- 
deri. 4to. [1085 

© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435702; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



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1703 



O vos omnes (O all ye that pass by) ; 
motet, English tr. and adaptation by 
Winfred Douglas [of U. S.], music 
by Christophorus Morales, ed. by 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. ( Spanish sacred motets, 
no. 1) [1686 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442202; Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on trans- 
lating and editing] 

Oblation (The) ; poem by A. G. 
Swinburne, music by Hubert S. 
Brown [of Great Britain] [1687 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 435487; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Ocean (The) shall be fkee ; words 
by Henry Van Dyke, music by 
Charles Fonteyn Manney [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. 4to. (Part-songs for 
men's voices, no. 13374) [1688 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439939; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston.. 

O'er the hills ; song, by Francis Hop- 
kinson, ed. and augmented by Har- 
old V. Milligan [of U. S.] ; high, 
low voice. (In The first American 
composer : Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 212 a, b) [1689 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1919 ; E 440922 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Offenbach (Jacques) Barcarolle; 
from the opera Tales of Hoffman, 
by J. Offenbach, trans, by Emile De 
Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. [1690 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442412; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Office (The) for the holy com- 
munion ; words Biblical, music by 
PI. Freeman [of Canada] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [1691 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 435777; H. Freeman, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Oh, didn't it rain ; negro spiritual, 
words from the Bible, music arr. by 
H. T. Burleigh [of U. S.] ; 1. High 
voice. — 2. Low voice. (Cover-title: 
Didn't it rain) [1692, 1693 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. each Jan. 
21, 1919; E 439968, 439969; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., inc., New York. 



Oh, heroes from the battlefield; 
words by Anthony S. Lohman, music 
by H. F. Kissell [of U. S.] Denver, 
Col., Cedar music pub. house. [1694 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439832; Harry F. Kissell 
and Henry C. Fisher, Denver. 

Oh, how I love you (Ach, jak mam 
tebe rada) ; waltz, arr. by Louis 
Vitak [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band.— 
2. Orch. [1695,1696 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each. Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440952, 440953; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

OH HOW I WOULD LIKE TO BE HOME; 

words by B. S. Nelson, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1697 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441726; 
Bernice Sackett Nelson, Oak Park, 
111. 

Oh, how my wool did fly ; words and 
melody by S. L. Leafgreen [of 
U. S.] [1698 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441626; 
Sigfried Leonard Leafgreen, Colum- 
bus, O. 

Oh, Ireland I'm dreaming; words by 

L. C. Lewis, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1699 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441556; 

L. C. Lewis, Columbus, O. 

Oh it never pays to worry; words 
and music by G. R. Stouffer [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[1700 
© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441756 ; G. R. Stouffer, Port- 
land, Or. 

Oh Julia; musical comedy in 3 acts, 

by R. B. Brewer [of Great Britain, 

domiciled at Cleveland, O.] [1701 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442575; 

Robt. B. Brewer, Cleveland. 

OH ! JUST TO BE YOUR GREAT BIG 
BROTHER INSTEAD OF THE LITTLE SIS- 
TER that I am; words and music 
by M. E. Smith [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [1702 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27. 
1919; E 441777; Mary E. Smith, 
Sweet Water, Ala. 

Oh, Mr. Kaiser man, O man ; words 
and music by W. P. Denson [of 
U. S.] [1703 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439847; W. P. Denson, 
Baton Rouge, La. 



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Oh, Peter go eing-a dem bells ; 
chorus, words from the Bible, music 
from the solo arr. by H. T. Burleigh, 
adapted and har. by John Hyatt 
Brewer [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 
4to. (Collection of part-songs and 
choruses, no. 116515) ^ [1704 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 441803; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Oh, please don't tell my mother; 

words by J. D. Cahill, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1705 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441707; 

John D. Cahill, Boston. 

Oh, singtjm blues ; words by B. Frank, 
melody by B. Frank and Benny Tur- 
ner [of U. S.], arr. by B. Frank. 

[170G 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 441515; 
Babb Frank, Chicago. 

Oh, Stars and Stripes we love you; 

words by J. R. Forbes, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1707 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441733; 

Jackson R. Forbes, Riverton, Wy. 

Oh, that day will ne'er be forgot ; 
words by C. F. Kennedy, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1708 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441233; 
C. F. Kennedy, Hyndman, Pa. 

Oh ! what a lovin' the girls will 
get when the boys come home ; 
words and music by Howard John- 
son, Harry Pease and Harry Jentes 
[of U. S.] 4to. [1709 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 442165; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Oh, Yankeeland for me ; words by 

E. G. Markholm, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [1710 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442093; 

E. G. Markholm, Geraldine, Mont. 

Oh, you flu; words and music by H. 
Pettigrew [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [1711 
© Jan. 21; 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441775; Helen Pettigrew, 
Waldron, Ark. 

Oh you kiddo in the raincoat ; words 
and music by H. F. Kissell [of U. 
S.] Denver, Col., Cedar music pub. 
house. [1712 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439833; Harry F. Kissell 
and Henry C. Fisher, Denver. 



OH ! YOU RED, RED, RED-HAIRED GAL. 

you're just the gal for me; words 
by G. F. Crawford, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1713 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441664; 
Gerald F. Crawford, Watertown, 
N. Y. 

Oj hrvati oj junaci ; Croatian march, 
arr. by F. Tryner [of U. S.] 4to. 
1. Orch.— 2. Band. [1714, 1715 

© Dec. 28. 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440956, 440957; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Old Faithful ; march or two step, by 
Abe Holzmann [of U. S.], arr. by T. 
Bidgood [of Great Britain] ; reed 
and brass band. 4to. [1716 

© Dec. 9, 191S ; 1 c. Dec. 23, 1918 ; 
E 435431 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Old farm home; words by M. J. Cal- 
houn, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1717 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441124; 
Mina J. Calhoun, Dixmont, Pa. 

Old Glory; words by James Provan, 
music by Mrs. C. W. Wellcome [of 
U. S.] [1718 

© Jan. 13. 1919; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1918 ; E 441451 ; Mrs. Charles Wesley 
Wellcome, Hiawatha, Kan. 

Old Glory for democracy ; words by 
J. P. Boyle, music by Raymond An- 
drew Browne [of U. S.] [1719 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441636; 
Joseph Patrick Boyle, New York. 

Old Glory forever; words by Claire 
Hart, music by Beth Hart [of U. S.] 

[1720 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441494; 
Mrs. C. L. Wing, Monrovia, Cal. 

Old Glory is my sweetheart; words 

by L. H. Casto, music by R. S. Berry 

[of U. S.] [1721 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439630; 

LeRoy Harrison Casto, Los Angeles. 

Old Glory made the peace for us 

all ; words and music by K. W. Og- 

den [of U. S.] [1722 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 441048; 

Katherine West Ogden, Columbus, O. 

Old Glory's in Berlin ; words by L. 
Fluis, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.], arr. by Monroe M. Jock- 
ers of [U. S.] [1723 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 441810; 
Lucile Fluis, Reno, Nev. 



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1743 



Old Glory, she was there ; words by 
E. E. Bates, melodv by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [1724 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439875; 
Elizabeth E. Bates, Elwood City, 
Pa. 

Old Glory's watchword ; words and 
music by W. H. Corr [of U. S.] 

[1725 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440985; 
W. H. Corr, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Old (The) Ontario farm; words by 
G. Marshall, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [1726 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441326; Geo. Marshall, East Cal- 
gary, Canada. 

Old Pennsylvania of mine ; words 
and music by Will George Butler 
[of U. S.] [1727 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919 ; E 441472 ; Will George Butler, 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Old (The) tree in the mead; words 

by J. W. Minahan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1728 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441264; 

J .W. Minahan, Watertown, N. Y. 

O'Leary, V. C. See Three heroes. 

Omaha Indian love song; by Carl 
Busch [of U. S.] ; string orch. (In- 
dian tribal melodies, no. 4) [1729 
© Nov. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442037; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

On a lark ; by Cedric W. Lamont [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1730 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 439680; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

On a little farm in Normandie ; from 
Just around the corner, words by 
Ballard Macdonald, music by Nat. 
Osborne [of U. S.] [1731 

© Feb. 5, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919; 
E 442346 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

On life's sea. See Patton (Willard) 
Two songs. 

On moonlit waters ; barcarolle, by 
Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano, in F. 

[1732 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442393 ; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 



On my way to home sweet home; 
words bv L. M. Behrens, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1733 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441703; 

Lillian M. Behrens, Bronx, N. Y. 

On the fields of France; words and 
music by M. L. Baker [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [1734 

© Jan. 21. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919: E 441778; Minnie Lee Baker, 
Norfolk, Va. 

On the lake: barcarolle, by H. En- 
gelman [of U. S.] ; piano, first grxle. 

[1735 
© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441654; Chart music pub. 
co., Chicago. 

On the lake waltz (Na jezefe — sou- 
sedska) ; arr. by F. Tryner [of U. 
S."| 4to. 1. Orch. 2. Band. 

[1736, 1737 
© Dec 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440962, 440963; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

On the riverbank ; caprice by Carl 

Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 336, 

no. 3 ; piano. [1738 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439941 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

On the trail ; march and one-step, by 
Mabel W. Daniels [of IT. S.] ; piano. 

[1739 

© Jan. 7. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20. 1919 ; 

E 439959 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

On time's shore long ago ; words by 
J. E. Gease, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1740 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442318; 
J. E. Gease, Helper, Utah. 

On to Berlin ; words and music bv E. 

F. Stanton [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [1741 



© Jan. 10, 1919 



Jan. 14, 



191.9; E 441346; E. F. Stanton, Rich- 
mond. 

■ — words and music by H. G. Adams 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [1742 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441344; Harry George 
Adams, Buffalo. 

— words by H. A. Chamberlain, mu- 
sic by C. E. Mathias [of U. S.] [1743 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 439841 ; Clinton E. Mathias 
and Harvey A. Chamberlain, Elk- 
hart, Ind. 



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On wings ©f doubt; from Somebody's 
sweetheart, words by AlOnzo Price, 
music bv Antonio Bafunno [of U. 
S.] [1744 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919; E 439984; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Once in a while; words by R. A. 
Glover, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [1745 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442082; 

Robert A. Glover, McGregor, Canada. 

One flag to save the nation will be 
the Red, the White, the Blue ; 
words by M. L. Woolfolk. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1746 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441126; 
May L. Woolfolk, Louisville, Ky. 

One leg step ; from the operetta, 
Owing to the war, words and music 
by K. Handyside [of Canada 1 
Toronto, W. R. Draper. [1747 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. S, 1919 ; 
E 435752; Keith Handyside, Lon- 
don, Canada. 

One little hour ; words by Frances 
Lowell, music by William Dichmont 
[of England, domiciled at Winni- 
peg, Man.] ; medium high in D. 

[1748 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439940 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Only a little gold locket ; words by 

A. C. Anderson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1749 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441694; 

A. C. Anderson, Warren, R. I. 

Only a little wooden ceoss ; written 

and composed by Howard Fisher [of 

England] ; B flat. [1750 

© Nov. 6, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 435760 ; Phillips & Page, London. 

Only (The) way Yankee Doodle Do; 
words and music by Mrs. M. Hil de- 
brant [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [1751 

© Jan. 10. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1919 ; 
E 44133S; Mrs. M. Hildebrant, 
Rogers, N. D. 

Only you; words by A. H. Eastman 
and F. Heltman, music by Fred Helt- 
man [of U. S.] [1752 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441918; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. 



Only you — Continued. 

words by W. Hayter, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[175a 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441091; 
Wallace Hayter, Hilgard, Or. 

Onward and upward ; words by A. H. 

Pool, music by Percy Elliott [of 

Great Britain] ; in F. [1754 

© Dec. 12, 1918 : 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 

E 435498 ; Schott & co., London. 

Open the gates of the temple ; words 
by Fanny Crosby, music by Mrs. 
Joseph F. Knapp [of U. S.] ; medium 
sop. or ten. in F, violin ad lib. 

[1755 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442349 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Otis (Philo Adams) Five responses; 
by P. A. Otis [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. Contents : Peace, per- 
fect peace, nos. 1 and 2 ; words by 
Edward H. Bickersteth.— B lest 
Saviour; words by Ray Palmer. — 
Sevenfold amen, nos. 4 and 5. [1756 
© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 
E 441887; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Ou ma caravane (Where my caravan 
has rested) ; celeb re melodie anglaise 
de Hermann Lohr, arr. par S. Chape- 
lier [of France] ; orch. et piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [1757 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435589; Chappell et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Our American flag ; words and music 

by W. A. Schebo [of U. S.] [1758 

© 1 c. Jan 23, 1919; E 439986; 

Wilhelm August Schebo, Prentice, 

Wis. 

Our anchor holds; words and music 
by Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[1759 
© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441427; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Our boys ; words and melody by R. K. 
Brown [of U. S.], arr. by Alice M. 
Hayward [of U. S.] [1760 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441045; 
Richard K. Brown, West New York, 
N.J. 

words by Mrs. K. E. Belmore, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1761 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442328; 

Mrs. K. E. Belmore, Carleton, Mich. 



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1780 



Our boys and Old Glory; words by 

Emma Laurene Sweet, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [17G2 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442482; 

Emma Sweet, Wallace, Id. 

Our boys are coming home ; words 
and music bv R. Lynn [of IT. S.l 

[1763 
© Dec. 26. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 441086; Ross Lynn, Chicago. 

words by F. D. Eubank, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1764 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441270; 

Fannie D. Eubank, Knoxville, Tenn. 



words by Mrs. F. V. Correa, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1765 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441533; 
Mrs. F. V. Correa, Manchester, 111. 

Our boys are through, they've paid 
their due, now they'll want home, 
sweet home ; words and music bv S. 
W. Wolfenstein [of U. S.], arr.'by 
Samuel G. Kiesling [of U. S.] [1766 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 441616; 
Saul W. Wolfenstein, Brooklyn. 

Our boys' home welcome ; words and 
music by W. A. Schebo [of U. S.] 

[1767 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919; E 439985; Wilhelm August 
Schebo, Prentice, Wis. 

Our boys of the Red, White and 
Blue ; words by G. Keeler, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1768 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441537; 
Georgina Keeler, Hartford. 

Our boys of the 69th ; march, melody 
by L. I. Liggy [of U. S.l [1769 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442581; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Our boys victorious ; words and music 
by J. W. Van DeVenter [of U. S.l 

[1770 
© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 439868; J. W. Van DeVen- 
ter. St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Our boys went marching on ; the new 
battle-hymn of the republic, words 
by V. M. Turner, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.l [1771 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441189; 
Viola M. Turner, Lampson, Wis. 



Our brave heroes of U. S. A. ; words 
and music by J. T. Peterson [of U. 
S.l [1772 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441932; John T. Peterson, Chi- 
cago. 

Our church prayer ; words by Hattie 

Wells Boynton, music by C. B. Van 

Dyke [of U. S.l [1773 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442578; 

Catharine Beery Van Dyke, Chicago. 

Our colors; words by M. A. Darne, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.l [1774 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441188; 

Mary A. Darne, Washington. 

Our commander : march, by Wm. Mc- 
Evitt [of U. S.l ; band. 4to. (Amer- 
ican star journal, no. 2117) [1775 
© Dec. 2. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442020 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Our cottage by the sea; duet, from 
A southern maid, words by Harry 
Graham, music by Harold Fraser- 
Simson [of England! [1776 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435562; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Our country's call; w T ords by A. W. 
Stevens, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1777 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441535; 
A. W. Stevens, West Pittston, Pa. 

Our day; victory valse, by Maurice 
Verral [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[1778 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435477; Chappell & co., ltd.. Lon- 
don. 

Our dreams are coming true ; words 
by A. R. Lammiman, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.l [1779 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442595; 
Annie Rice Lammiman, Elk Grove, 
Cal. 

Our empire victorious ; sequel to 
Our empire in arms, patriotic vocal 
selection, arr. by Avalon Collard 
[of Great Britain] ; sop., contralto, 
ten. and baritone solos, and chorus, 
with ace. for piano, trumpet or cor- 
net and side drum ad lib. 4to. 
(Curwen's edition, no. 3594) 

[1780 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 20, 

1919; E 435618; J. Curwen & sons, 

ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 

on additions] 



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Oub fleet ; quick march, by Arnold 
Safroni, arr. by J. Ord Hume [of 
G r e a t Britain] ; bund. 4to. 
(Boosey's march journal, no. 339) 

[1781 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435741; Boosey & co., London. 

Oub gallant Sammees in France: 
words and music by J. P. Doran [of 
U. S.] [1782 

© Sept. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 441826 ; Joseph Peter Doran, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Oub laddies ; words and music by F. 
Bigbee [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [1783 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441755; Florine Bigbee, 
Springfield, Mo. 

Oub lads abe home to-day; words by 

P. E. Coutant music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1784 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441238; 

Paul E. Coutant, Kingston, N. Y. 

Oub Lobd and Saviob calls; a holy 
name processional, words and mel- 
ody by W. D. Horigan [of U. S.], 
har. by J. Willis Conant. Wash- 
ington, Henry Eberbach. 4to. [1785 
© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442097 ; William Denis Hor- 
igan, Washington. 

Oub mother is oub mothee aftee 

all; words by D. Howells, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [1786 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439886; 

David Howells, Six Mile Run, Pa. 

Oub old tom cat ; words by R. E. 
Eckert, music by E. Michaux [of 
Belgium, domiciled at Winona, 
Minn.] [1787 

© 1 c. Feb. 6. 1919; E 441927; 
Emile Michaux, Winona, Minn. 

Oub Sammies ; words and music by 
C. Campbell [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [1788 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 441335; Corralee Campbell, Ft. 
Madison, la. 

Oub soldtee boys ; march, bv Bert 
R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 156; pi- 
ano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[1789 
© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919 ; E 441471 ; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 



Our soldier boys — Continued. 

words by V. B. Freeman, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [1790 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439878; 

Verdie Bentley Freeman, Stillwater, 

Okl. 

Oub soldieb dead ; elegiacal song, words 
by Annette Kohn, music by J. Bert- 
man [of Mexico, domiciled at New 
York] [1791 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 442140; 
Julius Bertman, New York. 

Oub soldiees, welcome home ; words 
by Shapcott Wensley, music by Jos- 
eph L. Roeckel, arr. by Paul Am- 
brose [of U. S.] ; voices in unison, 
alto ad lib. 4to. [1792 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 439923 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Oue soldiees' work ; words by H. B. 
Clary, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1793 
© 1 c. Jan 13, 1919; E 441262; 
Harriet B. Clary, Greenfield, Mass. 

Oue Tommies on the maech ; mili- 
tary march, by Reginald Leyland 
[of England] ; piano. [1794 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435517; Cary & co., Lon- 
don. 

Oue U. S. A. ; words by L. B. Watkins, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1795 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442604; 

Lucian B. Watkins, Baltimore. 

Oue victoey; march, by G. A. Grant- 

Schaefer [of U. S.] ; piano. [1796 

© Jan. 30. 1919: 2 c. Jan. 30, 

1919 ; E 442190 ; Arthur P, Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

Oue Yankee satloes and soldiees, 
adieu ; words by J. F. Murphy, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.l 

[1797 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441492; 
J. F. Murphy, Worcester, Mass. 

Oue Yanks aee sailing home; words 
and music by Marie Annette [of 
U. S.] [1798 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441379; Lloyd pub. shop, 
Chicago. 

Out to old Geemany; words and 
music by N. Craft [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [1799 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441773; Nannie Craft, Rose- 
dale, Ind. 



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181" 



Ovek here ; words by Mrs. L. W. Bur- 
gin, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1800 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442332; 
Mrs. L. W. Burgin, West Engle- 
wood, N. J. 

Over the sea to Skye. See 1745. 

Over the top in no man's land; 

words and music by U. V. S. Doose 

[of U. S.] [1801 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441731; 

Una V. Stacy-Doose, Ballinger, Tex. 
Pack clouds away ; words by Thomas 

Heywood, music by Alexander Rihm 

[of U. S.] 1802 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 

E 441042; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 

New York. 

Pals ; words and melody by M. T. 

Austin [of U. S.], arr. by Thos. G. 

Freeman [of U. S.] [1803 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442008; 

Mark T. Austin, Peniman, Va. 

Pannyre aux talons d'or ; paroles de 
Albert Samain, aux Flancs du vase, 
musique- de Irene Dean Paul Pol- 
dowski [of England] [1804 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435738 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Papillons (Les) ; hesitation valse, by 

Alexandre Durand [of England] ; 

piano. [1805 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 

E 435734 ; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

Paradise melody ; words by L. Fluis, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.], arr. by Monroe M. Jockers 
[of U. S.] [1808 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 441811; 
Lucile Fluis, Reno, Nev. 

Paradox ; words by Robert H. Davis, 
music by Charles Wakefield Cadman 
[of U. S.] op. 66, no. 1. [1807 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441982; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Parigina (La) ; marcia, di F. cli Leo 
Tof Italy, domiciled at Pittsburgh, 
Pa.] ; 1° mand. o violino, 2° mand. 
e chitarra. (Edizione Cardilli, no. 
592) [1808 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441641; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Parisien ; one step, by L. A. Pefiaher- 

rera [of Ecuador, domiciled at Wash- 

ington] ; piano. [1809 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; E 442104; 

Luis A. Penaherrera, Washington. 



Parting (The) ; words and music bv 

N. N. Shofner [of U. S.] [1810 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 442238 ; Nora Nordi Shofner, 

Waynestown, Ind. 

Partitlra; alebo 535, naboznych na- 
pevov venuje J. Murcek (John Mur- 
cek) [of U. S.] obi. 8vo. 

[1811 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 442251; Jan Murcek, Staf- 
ford Springs, Conn. 

Pastime sketches for piano ; by J. R. 
Morris [of U. S.] 27 p. 4to. 

[1812 
© Jan. 8. 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1919 ; A 508994 ; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Patriotic (The) call; words by T. 
Schmohl and Stephen Raffo, music 
by Robert E. Vick [of Australia] 
Sydney, Sydney music pub. co. 

[1813 
© May 18, 1917; 1 c. Oct. 16, 
1918; E 435655; Theodor Schmohl, 
Sydney, Australia. 

Patriotic stars ; words by C. J. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S] [1814 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441695; 
Cora J. Smith, West Lebanon, N. H. 

Patton (Willard) Two songs; words 
by Robert Owen Foster, music by 
W. Patton [of U. S.] Contents: 
On life's sea. — Symbol of love. 

[1815 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919 ; E 439922 ; Lloyd pub. co., Min- 
neapolis. 

Paukstuzeli skrajuneli; folk song, 
words anon., music by Stasys Sim- 
kus [of Russia, domiciled at Chi- 
cago, 111.] 4to. (Chorams dainos, 
Lithuanian choral music, serija no. 
2, no. 20) [1816 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442288 ; Xavier Strumskis, Brook- 
lyn. 

Pavasarelio trumpa naktuze. See 
Vai gudri, gudri. 

Pavo blues ; words and arr. by N. S. 
Matthews, melody by Norman Spen- 
cer [of U. S.] [1817 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 440916; 
Norman Spencer Matthews, San 
Francisco. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Pax ; fox trot, by John Maxeinin [of 
Mexico] ; piano. [1818 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441434; 
Gabriel Maxemin, San Francisco. 

Pay day that was his favorite call : 
fox trot, by Arthur Fields [of U. 
S.] ; orch. 4to. [1819 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 440938; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] , 

Paysages et marines ; par Ch. Koech- 
lin [of France] op. 63; piano, ler, 
2e. recueil. [1820, 1821 

© Dec. 31. 1918; 1 c. each Jan. 
22, 1919: E 435625, 435626: A. Z. 
Mathot, Paris. 

Peace ; words by A. I. Herring, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1822 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441407; 
Al 1. Herring. Philadelphia. 

words by PI Noftsinger. music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1823 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441550; 
Emma Noftsinger, Lithia, Va. 

words by H. Mouton, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington [of IT. S.] 

[1824 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442481; 
Harry Mouton, Los Angeles. 

Peace forever and for aye ; words by 
Mrs. V. A. McWethy, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [1825 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439880; 

Mrs. V. A. McWethy, Plumer, N. D. 

Peace on earth ; words and music by 

B. Sherman [i. e. B. S. Uhlfelder, of 
U. S.] [1826 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441608; Blanche Sherman Uhlfel- 
der, New York. 

Peace on earth good will to men ; 
words by Clyde Emerson, music by 
W. F. Daniel [of U. S.] [1827 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441635; 
William Francis Daniel, Hacken- 
sack, N. J. 

Peace, our boys are victorious once 

more ; words by J. Monroe, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1828 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441142; 

James Monroe, Brooklyn. 

Peace, perfect peace. See Otis (Philo 
Adams) Five resDonses. 



Peace reigns on earth ; words by C. 
Lamberton and D. Kohn, music by 
Bert Keene and L. Ernest Walker 
[of U. S.] St. Louis, Mo.. Interna- 
tional music co. [1829 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 442425; Carolyn Lamberton and 
David Kohn, St. Louis. 

Peace triumphant; words by F. L. 
Fitzpatrick, music by Gilbert Brunn 
[of U. S.I, arr. by E. G. Brunn [of 
U. S.] [1830 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919: E 441457: 
Edith Gilbert Brunn, Kennewick, 
Wash. 

Peep o'day ; by Arthur A. Boettger [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Recreations musi- 
cales, no. 13) [1831 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 442120; Harmony music pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Pegase. See Malipiero (G.Francesco) 
Cinq melodies. 

Penzanno a tte ; versi e musica di F. 
Buongiovanni [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Napoli, F. Bideri. 4to. [1832 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 435701 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Perche mi baci ; versi di Mario Artnro 
Mancini, musica di E. Tagliaferri [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. NapoU, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. 4to. [1833 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435643 : Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Pershing for President; words and 
music by Nell Marshall [of U. S.] 
(In Muskogee daily phoenix, v. 18, 
no. 94, Jan. 19, 1919) [1834 

© Jan. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 439989 ; Mrs. H. L. Marshall, Mus- 
kogee, Okl. 

Pershing's guards return ; words and 
music by A. M. Hoskin [of U. S.] De- 
troit, Mich., Anna M. Hoskin music 
co. [1835 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442381; Anna Maud Hoskin, De- 
troit. 

Pershing's Yanks have done their 
bit : words by C. H. Taylor, music by 
Ralph C. Hogue [of U. S.] [1836 

© Dec. 28. 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1918 ; 
E 442137; Clara Helen Taylor, Des 
Moines. 



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1853 



Persian moon; fox trot, by Mel. B. 
Kaufman, arr. by Dave Kaplan [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1837 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 442075 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

lyric by Cliff Hess, melody by Mel. 

B. Kaufman [of U. S.] 1838 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 440937; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

words by Cliff Hess, music by Mel. 

B. Kaufman [of U. S.] [1839 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442077 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Petite filetjse ; by A. Morin-Labrecque 
[of Canada] ; piano. [1840 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435565 ; Albertine Morin-Labrec- 
que, Montreal, Canada. 

Petite fletjr bleue ; valse, par Eugene 

Hovelacque [of France] ; orch. avee 

piano conducteur. 4to. [1841 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 

E 435683; E. Hovelacque, Paris. 

Petite maison geise (Little grey home 
in the west) ; celebre melodie an- 
glaise de Hermann Lohr, arr. par S. 
Chapelier [of France] ; orch. et 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1842 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435586; Chappell et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Petite scheezo. See Suite of four 
poetic album leaves. 

Phantom (A) rose; from Yesterday, 
words by Glen Macdonough, music 
by Reginald De Koven [of U. S.] 

[1843 
© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441882 ; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

Philipp (I.) Trois etudes de con- 
cert ; en doubles notes, par I. Phi- 
lipp [of France] op. 56; piano. 
(Edition classique, no. 9610) Con- 
tents: — 1. Fa majeur. — 2. Re flat 
majeur. 3. Do majeur. [1844 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435664; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Piano pieces ; by Benjamin Whelp- 
ley [of U. S.] op. 20, no. 1-7. [1845 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 442172; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



Pibroch. See Songs of a roving Celt. 

Picchio. See Impressioni dal vero. 

Piccola caea ; versi di Eduardo Scala, 
musica di Tony Procida [of Italy] 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. 4to. 

[1846 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435637; Italian hook co., inc., 
New York. 

Picttjee (The) of a soldier boy; 

words bv A. M. Stoddart, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1847 

© l c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441567; 

A. M. Stoddart, Brooklyn. 

Pictures from holidayland ; by David 
Dick Slater [of Canada] ; P 1 *™^ 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435494; Frederick Harris 
co., London. 
Piece (A) of old brocade; by Percy 
Godfrey [of England] op. 44; 
violin and piano. [On cover^op. 

°© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan 14, 
1919; E 435524; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

PlEDIGROTTA DI VITTORIA ; album rf- 

cordo, Carnegie Hall, Nov. 23, 1918. 

[1850 
© Nov. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. and aff. Jan. 
8, 1919 ; aff. Dec. 16. 1918 ; A 510323 ; 
Alfredo Salmaggi, New York. 

Pilot (The) ; part-song, words by Al- 
fred Noyes, music by Daniel Prothe- 
roe [of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 

[1S51 
© Jan. 24. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442205; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Plantation melody ; by Paul J. Lan- 
nin [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[1852 
© 1 c. June 5, 1918 ; E 442371 ; 
Artmusic inc., New York. 

Please don't take my harem away; 
words and music by Will E. Skid- 
more and Marshall Walker [of U. 
S.] 4to. [1853 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919; E 442162; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Pledge (A) to Iowa; university song, 
words by an lowan, music an air 
adapted from an unpublished manu- 
script by Jessie E. Worthington, har. 



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Pledge (A) to Iowa — Continued, 
and obbl. by Anna Diller Starbuck 
[of U. S.] ; violin obbl. 4to. Iowa 
City, la., Sunier. [1854 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 4410S4; Wm. G. Raymond, Iowa 
City, la. 

Poeme d' amour ; by Cuthbert Harris 

[of England] ; pf. [1855 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 

E 435731; Joseph Williams, ltd., 

London. 

Poeme (Le) de la maison ; poeme ly- 
rique en cinq parties, pour soli 
choeurs et orch., texte de Louis 
Mercier, musique de G. M. Witowski, 
reduction au piano par Leon Verney 
et Jean Witowski [of France] [1856 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435714; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
reduction] 

Poeme erotique. See Grieg (Edvard 

Hagerup) 
Poemes (Les) de la mer; suite, par 
Paul Benner [of Switzerland] op. 
24; partition chant et piano. 4to. 
Edition Foetisch, no. 3120. Con- 
tents: — 1. Prelude; paroles de Jos. 
Autran; choeur. 2. Les matelots; 
paroles de Jos. Autran ; choeur. 3. 
Nox; paroles de Leconte de Lisle; 
sop. solo et choeur de femmes. 4. 
Le fond de l'ocean ; paroles de Jos. 
Autran; baryton solo et choeur. 

[1857 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Oct. 4, 1918 ; 

E 435486; Foetisch freres (S. A.) 

Lausanne, Switzerland. 

Poemetti lunaei ; par G. Francesco 

Malipiero [of Italy] ; piano. [1858 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 435470; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 
Polichinelle ; valse, by Richard P. 
Hammond [of U.^ S.] op. 6, no. 5 ; 
piano. [1859 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442058; Composer's music Corp., 

New York. 

Polish — fair mazurka; melody by L. 

I. Liggy [of U. S.] [1860 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441047; 

Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Polka ; on a theme by W. R., by Sergei 

Rachmaninoff, ed. by George West 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [1861 

© Feb. 1, 1919; "2 c. Feb. 4, 1919; 
E 442376; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 



Polka d'amoee (Polka of love) ; by E. 
C. Bevilacqua [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1862 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 441083; 

Ermanno C. Bevilacqua, New York. 

Polka montmartboise ; par Efugene] 

Hovelacque [of France] ; orch. avec 

piano conducteur. 4to. [1863 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1.919 ; 

E 435682 ; E. Hovelacque, Paris. 

Polonaise brill \nte; by Carl Maria 
von Weber, op. 72, arr. for pf. and 
orch. by Franz Liszt, ed and rev. by 
Allen Spencer [of U. S.] ; two pianos. 
(Schirmer's library of musical clas- 
sics, v. 1382.) [1864 
© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 : 
E 442146; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and revising.] 

Poor Dixieland, Dixie's broken- 
hearted since Carolina went 
away; words by Dannie O'Neil, 
music by Billy Baskette [of U. S.] 

[1865 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 441615; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Poppies ; novelette, bv Henry Haaf [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1866 

© Jan. 27. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 441364 ; C. C. Church & co., Hart- 
ford. 

Portuguesa (A) ; by A. Kiel, arr. by 
Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; band. 
4to. [1867 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442014; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Praise the Lord, all ye nations ; 
anthem, words from Psalm cxvn, 
music by Niccolo Jommelli, arr. and 
ed. by Philip James [of U. S-] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 13343.) [1868 

Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442203 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing and 
arranging] 

Prayer (A) ; words and music by O. C. 
S. Wilson [of U. S.] 4to. [1869 

© Feb. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442455; Ollie C. S. Wilson, Vine- 
land, N. J. 

words by Thomas a Kempis, 

music by Frank Bridge [of Great 
Britain] ; vocal sc. and piano. 4to. 

[1870 

© Dec. 15, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 : 
E 435505 ; Augener, ltd., London. 



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1888 



Prelude. See Poemes de la mer. 

President Wilson's teiumpha] 
march ; by Mrs. O. Hewitt [of U 
S.] ; piano. [1871 

© Nov. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1918 ; 
E 441081; Mrs. Olla Hewitt, Weed. 
Cal. 

Pride (The) of the U. S. A.; words 
by N. D. Pridemore, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1S72 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441231; 
Nelson D. Pridemore, Hawksnest, W. 
Va. 

Pride of the U. S. A. marines ; words 
and music by B. Sherman [i. e. B. S. 
Uhlf elder, of U. S.] [1873 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441613; Blanche Sherman Uhl- 
f elder, New York. 

Pride (The) of the world, is the 
British navy ; words by E. Leonard, 
music by T. Neun [of Great Britain] 

[1874 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 435616; Ted Neun & Eddie Leon- 
ard, Toronto, Canada. 

Priere (La) du sold at ; paroles de 
Arthur Smith, musique de E. Cham- 
pagne [of U. S.] [1875 
© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441983; Eusebe Champagne, Lo- 
well. 

Prince's serenade. See Visions. 

Promised (The) land; words and 
music by John Prindle Scott [of U. 
S.] ; high voice. [1876 

© Jan. 7, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919; 
E 441043; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Psautier (Le) Huguenot harmonise ; 
melodies au seizieme siecle, paroles 
choisies et revisees, accompagnement 
d'orgue-harmonium par J. Ver [of 
France] [1877 

© Nov. 6. 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919 
E 435567; J. Ver, Realville, France 

Pucelle (La) ; words by Charles D 
South, music by A. W. Doyal [of U 
S.] [1878 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442241 
Anna W. Doyal, Berkeley, Cal. 

Put the Kaiser William on the run 
words by Mrs. F. F. Kaiser, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago 
North American music co. [1879 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 
E 441299; Mrs. F. F. Kaiser, Aber 
deen, S. D. 



Quartet. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Quasimodo; ou, Le sonneur de Notre- 
Dame overture, par Eugene Hove- 
lacque [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1880 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435688 ; Hovelacque, Paris. 

Quatuor a cordes ; par Albert Le Guil- 
lard [of France] op. 5; 2 violons, 
alto et violoncelle. [1881 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 435473; Maurice Senart & cie., 
Paris. 

Quintet in A minor ; by Henry Had- 
ley [of U. S.] op. 50; piano, two 
violins, viola and violoncello. [1882 
© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 442001; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Bag-e-dy rag; words and music by F. 

C. Floeckinger [of U. S.] [1883 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441925; 

Francis Carlos Floeckinger, Taylor, 

Tex. 

Ragtime ragamuffin boy; words by 
Donovan Parsons, music by Kennedy 
Russell [of England] [1884 

© Nov. 29, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435554; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Rain drops; by Ellis Levy [of U. S.] 

op. 19, no. 3 ; violin and piano. [1885 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 

E 441785 ; Shattinger piano & music 

CO.; St. Louis. 

Rainbow (A) from the U. S. A. ; quar- 
tette, by Jack Mahoney, Win. Jerome 
and Percy W T enrich [of U. S.], arr. 
by Stephen O. Jones [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. [1886 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439899 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Rainbow in the Highlands ; melodie, 
by Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano, in 
F. (A day in the Alps) [1887 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442399 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Rainy day blues ; jazz fox trot, by 
Frank Warshauer [of U. S.] ; piano. 
War ed. [1888 

© Nov. 22, 1918; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1918: E 442152; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. 



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Rapsodie, pour oechestre et saxo- 
phone; par Claude Debussy [of 
France] ; piano et saxophone. Paris, 
A. Durand et fils. [1889 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 435712 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Pa36nTaa acH3Hi> (A broken life); 
Russian valse by M. A. Kiuss, arr. 
by Anton Dimitrieff [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. 

[1890 
© Dec. 2. 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1918 ; 
E 438610; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 
[Copy right is claimed on harmoni- 
zation, phrasing, revision and edit- 
ing] 

Recompense ; romance, by Ernest Dale 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. [1891 
© Dec. 19, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435497; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Red cross ; march and one step, written 
by Vinolo, words and music by Mrs. 
Uvaldo Berg [of U. S.] ; piano with 
text. [1892 

© Jan. 6, 1919; 1 c. Dec. 10. 1918; 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; E 441443 ; Uvaldo 
Berg, Brooklyn. 

Red cross nurses ; words by J. A. 
Meyer, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [1893 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441324 ; Joseph A. Meyer, Dubuque, 
la. 

Red, red rose blooming in the garden 
called Uncle Sam's ; words by M. 
Jackson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1894 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441717; 
Marvin Jackson, Macon, Mo. 

Red triangle man ; words and music 
by A. C. Mitchell [of U. S.] Macon, 
Ga., A. C. Mitchell music co. [1895 
© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 441599; Albert Carlyle Mitchell, 
Macon, Ga. 

Red, White and Blue ; words by L. "W. 
Morgan, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [1896 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442089; 
Leah Weller Morgan, Stroudsburg, 
Pa. 

Redemption's song; sc. to the Easter 
cantata, by Fred. B. Holton, arr. by 
A. C. Buschle [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[1897 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 

E 442169 ; Lorenz pub co., Dayton, O. 



Reflections. See Country thoughts. 

Reflects; paroles de Maurice Mater- 
linck, musique de Lili Boulanger [of 
France] [1898 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435671 ; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Regina della notte ; versi e musica di 
Americo Giuliani [of Italy] ; man- 
dolino e canto. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli e c. [1899 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435635 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Regret [and] Conversation galante; 
by Richard H. Walthew [of Eng- 
land] 1. Viola and piano. 2. Cello 
and piano. [1900, 1901 

© Jan. 8, 1919; 1 c. each Feb. 3, 
1919: E 435727. 435728; Hawkes & 
son, London. 

Remember your girlie at home ; words 
by C. Irwin, music by Roy Hartzell 
[pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] 
Washington, D. C, Publishers' serv- 
ice bureau. [1902 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 r 
E 442447 ; Cora Irwin, Toboso, O. 

Return of the Yanks ; march, by C. 
C. Haugh [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[1903 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442042; Crescent music pub. co., 
Detour, Md. 

Returning ; words and music by J. A. 

Kilcullen [of U. S.] [1904 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 

E 441507 ; Joseph A. Kilcullen, 

Philadelphia. 

Reve (Le) d'amour; waltz, by Salva- 

tore Russo [of Italy], arr. by Joseph 

Gioe [of U. S.] ; piano. 4to. [1905 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441902; 

Nicolo Biondo, New York. 

Reve de luxure ; valse, par F. L. de 
Cardelus [of France] op. 72, no. 6 ; 
piano. [1906 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 435661; Editions musicales de la 
maison des arts, Paris. 

Reverie; by Ed. Schtitt. op. 34, no. 5, 
arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. piano conductor. (Carl 
Fischer edition, no. 1872) [1907 

© Jan. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442024; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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1923 



Reverie — Continued. 

by Henry Vieuxtemps, op. 22, no. 

3, arr. by V. F. Safranek [of U. S.] ; 
military band with conductor. 4to. 

[1908 
© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442019; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Rhin (Le) allemand ; poeme de 
Alfred de Musset, musique de Jac- 
ques Vaucamps [of France] ; piano 
et chant. [1909 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 435627 ; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Richmond's piano instructor ; exer- 
cises by S. and C. Richmond [of U. 
S.] ; piano, p. 14-17. [1910 

© Nov. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 442002; Samuel and Clara Rich- 
mond, Oakland, Cal. 

the California bear, march and 

two step, by C. Richmond [of U. S.] ; 
piano, p. 37-40. [1911 

© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 441606; Samuel and Clara Rich- 
mond, Oakland, Cal. 

Rights (The) of man; words by A. 
Allison, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1912 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441710; 
Archie Allison, Walsenberg, Col. 

Ring the bells ; words by P. L. Ander- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1913 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 4424S7 ; 
Phillip Lamar Anderson, Canton, 
S. D. 

Ring the bells of liberty. See 
America, we love you [and] Ring the 
bells of liberty. 

Rire. See Fragments psychologiques. 

Risen (The) Jesus; Easter anthem, 
solo, duet, trio and full chorus, 
words by J. F. and G. Moultrie, 
music by J. Fletcher [of U. S.] 4to. 
(Choir music, no. 59) [1914 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442192; Joseph Fletcher, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 

River (The) of sleep; lullaby, poem 
by Joyce Kilmer, music by F. B. 
King [of U. S.] ; piano ace, with 
violin or cello. 16mo. [1915 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 441393; Frederick Bunnell King, 
Miami, Fla. 



Roads of destiny; waltz, from Roads 
of destiny, by Paul Eisler [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [1916 

© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18. 1919 ; 
E 439906; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Roaming in the woods.; by J. M. Bald- 
win [of U. S.] op. 50; piano. Bos- 
ton, Evans music co. [1917 
© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441459; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Roman carnival, See Berlioz (Hec- 
tor Louis) 

Romance ; chorus, tr. from the French 
of Paul Bourget, by Bliss Carman, 
music by Claude Debussy, arr. by 
Carl Engel [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. (Choral music, series 
36, no. 1405) [1918 

© Feb. 1. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 

E 442372; Boston music co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
Romances sans paroles. See Mendel- 

ssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig 

Felix) 
Rondeau a la francaise; par H. 

Bouillard et E. Etovelacque [of 

France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 

teur. 4to. [1919 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1919; E 435686; E. Hovelacque, 

Paris. 
Rondeau chantant ; etude roman- 

tique, by Theodora Dutton [of U. 

S.] ; piano. (Four etudes roman- 

tiques for advanced students, no. 

iv) [1920 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 442277; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 
Roosevelt march ; by F. Carl Jahn 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [1921 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 

1919; E 441624; Will Wood, New 

York. 
Rosary (A) of song; words by P. J. 

O'Reilly, music by Jean Morel [of 

England] ; in E flat. [1922 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 

1919; E 435493; Reeder & Walsh, 

London. 
Rose (The) and mother ; words by 

Marie Rasmussen, music by G. S. 

Schuler [of U. S.] Chicago, Clayton 

F. Summy co. [1923 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 

E 441891; George S. Schuler, Chi- 
cago. 



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Rose bud (Rfizove poupe) ; waltz, arr. 
by Louis Vitak [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Orch. 2. Band. [1924, 1925 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440966, 440967; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Rose des eoses [et] Dodo dodinette; 
par Ernest Moret, arr. par Heugel 
et cie. [of France] ; violon. 4to. 
(Les collections du menestrel, selec- 
ta, 6 e recueil, no. 140) [1926 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919 ; E 435678 ; Heugel et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Rose knows ; from As you were, lyric 
by Harry Williams, music by Leo 
Flanders [of U. S.] [1927 

© Feb. 6. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442587 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Rose (The) oe my heart; words and 
melody by J. B. Mitchell [of U. S.l 

[1928 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442G68; 

John Battiste Mitchell, Wallace, Id. 

words by Milton Weil, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] [1929 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 441286 ; Ted Browne music 
co., Chicago. 

Rose (The) of no man's land; quar- 
tette, by Jack Cnddigan and James 
A. Brennan [of U. S.], arr. by Ste- 
phen O. Jones [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [1930 

© Dec. 31, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439900 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Roseland of love; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Edward St. Quen- 
tin [of Great Britain] ; in D. [1931 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1919; E 435539; Charles Sheard & 
co., % Herman Darewski music pub. 
co.. London. 

Rosemary ; waltz hesitation by Nemo 

[of England] ; piano. [1932 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 22. 

1919 ; E 435609 ; Keith, Prowse & co., 

ltd., London. 

Roses growing on your tree; words 
and music by M. Conway [of Eng- 
land] London, Frederick Harris co. 

[1933 
© Feb. S, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 
E 435751 ; Mary Conway, London. 



Roses of London ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Montague Ewing 
[of England] ; E flat. [1934 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1919; E 435759; Phillips & Page, 
London. 

Roses of Picardy; celebre melodie 
anglaise de Hadyn Wood, arr. par 
S. Chapelier [of France] ; orch. et 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1935 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435588; Chappell et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rosinella; mazurka, by A. Panetta 
[of U. S.], arr. by A. Sebastianelli ; 
harmonica. [1936 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jnn. 14, 
1919; E 439828; B. Quattrociocche, 
Stubenville, O. 

Rossini (Gtoacchino Antonio) Bar- 
bier de Seville. See Album d'ouver- 
tures. 

Cu.ius animam ; from Stabat ma- 
ter, bv G. Rossini, trans, by Emile 
De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. [1937 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442414; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Gazza ladra. See Album d'ouver- 

tures. 



— Italienne a Alger, 
d'ouvertures. 



See Album 



Sabbath (The) ; hymn, words and 
music by H. E. Isaacs [of U. S.l 

T1938 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442294; 
Henrietta Emmons-Isaacs, Forest 
City, la. 

Sacrifice; words and music by K. 

Blondelle [of U. S.] [1939 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1919; E 441384; Kathryn Blondelle, 

St. Paul. 

Safely home again; words by L. M. 
Hardenbrook, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1940 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441249; 
Laura M. Hardenbrook, Modesto, 
Cal. 

Saga and Fanitul dance; by Ole Ol- 
son, arr. by Otto Langey [of U. S.l ; 
orch. (Galaxy, no. 133) [1941 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439597; G. Schirmer, inc, New 
York [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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no. 2, 1919 



1960 



Sailors don't care; words and music 
by Austin Rudd [of England] 

[1942 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1919; E 435611; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Sailor's (The) return; words by 
A. H. Day, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1943 
© 1 c. .Inn. 9, 1919; E 441186; 
Alden H. Day, Newark, N. J. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 
Marche interralliee; par. C. Saint- 
Saens [of France] op. 155 ; piano a 
4 mains. Paris, A. Durand et fils. 

[1944 
© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435711; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

My heart at thy sweet voice; 

from the opera Samson and Deli- 
lah, by C. C. Saint-Saens, trans, by 
Emile De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1945 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442413 ; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Saltarella ; de Maurice Pesse, arr. 
par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[1946 
© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435580; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Salute to the flag; words anon., 
music by A. Edward Johnstone Tof 
IT. S.] 4to. [1947 

© Oct. 16. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1919; E 439653; Arthur E. John- 
stone, New York. 
Salvation lasste of mine; words and 
music by Jack Caddigan and Chick 
Story [of U. S.] 4to. [1948 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 442166; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Same old girl; words by Anthony 
A. Metzler and Charles Ciancolo, 
music by Louis R. Strong Tof 
U. S.] [1949 

© Feb. 1, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919; 
E 442436; Fountain music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 

Sammte and the cuckoo clock ; 

words by M. Ragon, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.'J [1950 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442094; 

Minnie Ragon, Chattanooga. 



Sammie boy; words and music by R. 
A. Dangherty [of U. S.], arr. by 
Errol H. Collins. [1951 

© Dec. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 439905; Roland A. Daugh- 
erty, Los Angeles. 

Sammies (The) ; words and music by 
E. Harris [of U. S.] Chicago,- Del- 
mar music co. [1952 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441765 ; Ella Harris, Talla- 
dega, Ala. 

Sammies (The) are coming; words 

by E. M. Conners, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1953 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441227; 

Ella Marie Conners, Tampa, Fla. 

Sammies (The) did it; words by 
Mrs. E. H. Buck, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1954 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441541; 
Mrs. E. K. Buck, Dante, Va. 

Sammies (The) found a welcome 
everywhere ; words by J. H. rhil- 
lips. music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1955 

© 1 c. Jan. 13. 1919; E 441234; 
Jas. H. Phillips. Litchfield, Ky. 

Sammy boy, ahoy; words by M. L. 
Weston, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1956 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442303 ; M. 
L. Weston, Philadelphia. 

Sam's letter to Sister Sue ; words by 
M. L. Kellogg, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1957 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441167; 
May L. Kellogg, Seattle. 

San San ; melody by J. F. Vollmer [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. [1958 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; E 441439 ; 
James F. Vollmer, Philadelphia. 

Santa Lucia; Neapolitan boat song, 
transcription by Carl Sontag [of U. 
S.] ; piano, in C, with words. [1959 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442404 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Sarah ! come over here ; words by Ed- 
die Nelson, music by Con Conrad [of 
U. S.] [I960 

© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 441807 ; Broadway music Corp., 
New York. 



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pt. in, n. g., v. 14 



Save a little cheer for the soldier 
left here ; words by A. A. Jacques, 
melody by Thelma Crawford [of 
U. S.], arr, by R. Buckholz [of U. S.] 

[1961 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439888; 
Arthur A. Jacques, St. Paul. 

Say au revoir to me; words by A. 
Linen, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [1962 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441316; Anna Linch, Mitchell, 
S. D. 

Say that you love me — say I love 
you ; words by F. F. W. Srock, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[1963 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439885; 
Frank F. W. Srock, Ramey, Pa. 

Says Jane; words by Walter de la 
Mare, music by Cecil Forsyth [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
high in B flat. (Two poems in musi- 
cal settings, no. n) [1964 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 442141; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Scandal ; from The velvet lady, words 
bv Henry Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert [of U. S.] [1965 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441883 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Scars of honor ; words by E. W. Ben- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1966 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; E 441677 ; Ed- 
ward W. Benson, Richmond, Ind. 

School of melody ; ten progressive 
tunes, by Arthur Somervell [of Great 
Britain] ; violin and piano. [1967 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435722 ; Augener, ltd., London. 



Secret (The) ; .words by E. Bowman, 
melody by M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. 
P. B. Robinson, of U. S.] [1968 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439695 ; 
Eleanor Bowman, Trenton, N. J. 

See the bright side; words by Lle- 
wel la Pierce Churchill, music by E. 
R. R. Ort [of U. S.] [1969 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; E 442191 ; E. 
Rose Reese Ort. Wilmington, Del. 



Sempre allegri polka; by A. Arena 

[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 

mand. or violin. [1970 

© Oct. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20 ; 1919 ; 

E 441834 ; Agatino Arena, New York. 

Send me my girl ; words and music by 

C. A. Fifer [of U. S.] [1971 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 

E 442106 ; C. Arthur Fifer music co., 

Quincy, 111. 

Sentimental song ; words by J. Barr, 

melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [1972 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441879; 

James Barr, Coal Creek, Canada. 

Sentire la musica di Napoli e poi 
morire; by C. Woess [of U. S.] ; ac- 
cordion, pt. 1, 2. [1973, 1974 
© 1 c. each Jan. 21, 1919 ; E 442117 
442118; Carl Woess, New York. 

September; words by Mary Minerva 
Barrows, music by Charles A. Chase 
[of U. S.] r 1975 

© Jan. 18. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 441454; C. W. Thompson & co , 
Boston. 

Serenade de Murcia ; verses trad., Eng- 
lish version by Deems Taylor and K 
Schindler [of U. S.], music a Spanish 
folk-song paraphrased by Kurt 
Schindler; baritone solo with mixed 
voices a cappella. 4to. (Spanish 
choral ballads, no. 13296) [1970 

© Dec. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440817 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on transit- 
ing and editing] 

Same; ten, B flat. (Spanish sa- 
cred & secular songs, no. 4) [1977 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440S21 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and paraphrasing] 

Serenade sicilienne ; by Walter E. 
Kalinowski [of U. S.] op. 74, no. 1; 
violin and piano. [1978 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 442157; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 



Serenata dispettosa; versi e musica 
di Americo Giuliani [of Italy] ; man- 
dolino e canto. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli e c [1979 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435636 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



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no. 2, 1919 



1997 



Serpent (The) ; words by M. H. Wea- 
ver, melody by M. Dufrerre [pseud. 
of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [19S0 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439688; 
Maybelle H. Weaver, Ostrander, O. 

Servian national hymn (Srbska mt- 
rodm hyrnna) ; by D. Jenk, arr. by 
F Tryner [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Orch. 
2. Band. [1981, 1982 

©Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. G, 
191^; E 440904, 440965; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Service; words and music by T. J. 

Mitchell [of U. S.] [1983 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 

E 441600 ; Thomas Jefferson Mitchell, 

Los Angeles. 

Service ( The ) star ; words and mel- 
ody by A. Rogers Parker [pseud, of 
P. M. Brown, of U. S.J, arr. by A. 
Friend. Brooklyn, N. Y., Chandler- 
Ebel music co. [1984 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; E 442246 ; Frank 
McDonald Brown, New York. 

Service stars of gold ; words by H. W. 

Carlos, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.J [1985 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441709; 

Harvey W. Carlos, Brooklyn. 

Sevenfold amen. _ See Otis (Philo 
Adams) Five responses. 

Sextet. See Donizetti (Gaetano) 

Shadows (The) of the evening 
hours ; secred duet, words by Ade- 
laide Proctor, music by John Prindle 
Scott [of U. S.J ; high and low voices. 

[1986 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441044; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Shadowy mists. See Davidson {Mrs. 
W. C.) Three songs. 

She comes not when noon is on the 
roses ; words by Herbert Trench, 
music by Albert Jovvett [of Great 
Britain J ; in F. [1987 

©Dec. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435503 ; Schott & co., London. 

She is going to raise her boy to be 
a soldier ; words and music by C. F. 
Conrad [of U. S.J Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [1988 

© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441757; Charles F. Conrad, New 
York. 



She's my north star ; words and mel- 
ody by U. B. Barrie [of U. S.J [1989 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; E 441846 ; Ula 
Burford Barrie, Pasadena. 

She stole my heart away ; words and 
music by Lizetta Mowen [of U. S.l 

[1990 
© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 
E 441385; Mrs. E. S. Mowen, Lima, 
O. 

Shepherd boy; Tyrol ienne, by H. Eng- 
elman [of U. S.J ; piano, first grade. 

[1991 
© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441648 ; Chart music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Shimmying everywhere; from Hello 
Alexander, words by Alfred Bryan, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.J 

[1992 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 442179 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Shout aloud in triumph ; song of vic- 
tory, words and music by Charles 
Fonteyn Manney [of U. S.J ; two- 
part cho. of treble voices. 4to. (Mu- 
sic for schools no. 13369) [1993 
© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439934 ; O.iver Ditson co., Boston. 

Sieber (Ferd.) 17 vocalises; by F. 
Sieber, op. 34, newly ed. by Edgar 
Thomas Everts [of Great Britain J ; 
mezzo sop. or baritone. 4to. (Aug- 
ener's edition, no. 6S18) [1994 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435506; Augener, ltd, London. 

[Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Sigh (The) ; words by La Touche 

Hancock, music by Olga Ulke [of 

U. S.J [1995 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442039; 

Mrs. Henry Ulke, Baltimore. 

Silent (The) prayer; words by M. B. 
Y\ 7 ix, music bv Christian A. Prae- 
torius [of U. S.J [1998 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441621 ; Mabelle Blake Wix, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Silver (A) strand in mother's hair; 
words and melody by J. Clayton 
Ealy, harmony by Will B. Morri- 
son [of U. S.J [1997 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439835; Superior song co., 
Indianapolis. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Silveesmith (The) (El pauo) ; eight- 
part chorus, English version by 
Deems Taylor and K. Schindler [of 
U. S.], music, a folk dance of Mur- 
cia and Andalusia, arr. and ed. by 
Kurt Schindler; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Spanish choral ballads, no. 13297) 

[1998 

© Dec. 14. 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 

1918; E 440820; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

translating and editing] 

English version by Deems 

Taylor and K. Schindler [of U. S.], 
music a folk-dance of Murcia and 
Andalusia, arr. by Kurt Schindler; 
high voice. (Spanish sacred & secu- 
lar songs, no. 5) [1999 
© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1918; E 440824; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translating and arrangement] 

Since I fell in love with you ; words 
and music by E. S. Payne [of U. S.] 

[2000 
© Nov. 8, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 441473; Edward S. Payne, 
Hobart, Wash. 

Since Old Glory won her way ; words 
and music by B. Johnson [of U. S.], 
arr. by L. B. Curtiss [of U. S.] 

[2001 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 440980; Breck Johnson, Minne- 
apolis. 

Since they learned to shimme down 

in Honolulu; words and music by 

Spencer Williams [of U. S.] [2002 

© Jan. 3, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919; 

E 440982 ; C. A. Grimm, Chicago. 

Sing away; words by Charles Kings- 
ley, music by A. Herbert Brewer [of 
Great Britain] ; in A fiat. [2003 
© Dec. 12, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 435489; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Sing, sing, gol-darn it, sing; words 
by L. MacMullan, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2004 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441545; 
Lillian MacMullan, Antes, Fort, 
Pa. 

Sister Dulcie's dustless duster; 
words and music by H. Tantum [of 
U. S.], arr. by Nathaniel E. Wat- i 
son [of U. S.] [2005 I 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 441073 ; l 
Horace Tantum, Nutley, N. J. 



Six concertos. See Mozart (Wolf- 
gang Amacleus) 

Six suites. See Bach (Johann Se- 
bastian) 

Slacker don't you get my girl ; words 
and music by G. D. Fleak [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delinar music co. [2006 
© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 441331 ; Glen D. Fleak, San 
Antonio. 

Slave song — Many thousand gone; 
negro spiritual, by Clarence Cam- 
eron White [of U. S.] op. 12, no. 3; 
violin and piano. (Bandanna 
sketches, no. 3) [2007 

© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442029; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Sleep, dear one, sleep; words by M. 
Steele, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2008 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441236; 
M. Steele, Muir, Ky. 

Sloven sky kalvinsky spevnik; na- 
bozone piesne sostavene so zalmov a 
piesni duchovnych, vydala : Sloven- 
ska Kalvinska Presbyterianska jed- 
nota v spojenych stacoch Americ- 
kych [of U. S. Pittsburgh, Pa., Tla- 
cou: P. Jamriska a spol. 1918] 3 
p. 1., 379, [5] p. 16mo. [2009 

© Nov. 27, 1918; 2 c. Nov. 29, 
1918; aff. Dec. 16, 1918; A 500945; 
Slovak Calvinistic Presbyterian 
union, Mingo Junction, O. 

Smile (The) on my lips that sent 
you away, in my heart will wel- 
COME you home; words and music 
by O. I. Curtice [of U. S.] Chicago, 
p. 1., 379, [5] p. 16mo. [2009 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441769 ; Orlo I. Curtice, San 
Francisco. 

Smiles of silver and kisses of gold ; 
words and music by James Kendis, 
James Brockman and Nat Vincent 
[of IT. S.] [2011 

© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919; 
E 441904; Kendis-Brockman music 
co.. inc., New York. 

Smith (David Stanley) Four-and- 
twenty little songs; verses by Leila 
Osborne, music by D. S. Smith [of 
U. S.] op. 41. [2012 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 442148; G. . Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



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2030' 



Snowbird; words and music by Ger- 
trude Nichols Myers [of U. S.] ; in 
E flat [2013 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441852; 
C. W. Myers, Portland, Or. 

So they say; words by Grace Mary 
Golden, music by Charles Willeby 
[of Great Britain] ; in D. [2014 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439841 ; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Sobbing of the Spey. See Songs of a 
roving Celt. 

Society's shimmying now ; from Cen- 
tury midnight whirl, words by Jo- 
stph McCarthy and John Henry 
Mears, music by Harry Tierney [of 
U. S.] [2015 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919 ; E 441824 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc., New York. 

Soft, the night is falling; lullaby, 
words by Jennie L. Smith, music by 
Benjamin F. Rungee [of U. S.] 

[2016 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441980; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Soir moueant. See Melodies. 

Soldati nostri ; versi di A. Mennotti 
Buja, musica di G. Del Vecchio [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. 4to. Na- 
poli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [2017 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 435644; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Soldier boy o' mine ; words and music 

by E. S. Howe [of U. S.] [2018 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1919 ; E 442047 ; Elizabeth S. Howe, 

Peoria, 111. 

Soldier-cap; trio, words and music by 
Mabel W. Daniels [of U. S.] ; wo- 
men's voices. (Octavo series, no. 
735) [2019 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 440920; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Soldier (A) daddy; words and music 
by G. K. Penman [of U. S.] [2020 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441181 ; 
Geo. K. Penman, Seattle. 

Soldier mine you've come back home 

to me ; words and music by W. 

Kohnhurst, jr. [of U. S.] [2021 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442456; 

William Kohnhurst, jr., Washington. 



Soldier rest; part-song, w T ords by Sir 
Walter Scott, music by Charles P. 
Scott [of U. S.] ; male voices. (Oc- 
tavo series, men's voices, no. 433) 

[2022 
© Jan. 30, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919 ; E 442188 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Soldier (A) still; words and music 
by F. Bigbee [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [2023 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441776; Florine Bigbee, 
Springfield, Mo. 

Soldier's (A) dream; words and 
music by V. E. Leighton [of U. S.] 

[2024 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442345; 
Vernon E. Leighton, Bangor, Me. 

Soldier's (A) dream of home; re- 
verie, by E. R. Metcalf [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Hutchinson, Kan., Western 
music publishers. [2025 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442050; Estella Rea Met- 
calf, Kingman, Kan. 

Soldiers' (The) farewell; words by 
M. Keene, music by Roy Hartzell 
[pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] 
Washington, D. C, Publishers' serv- 
ice bureau. [2026 
© Dec. 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442449; Milo Keene, Allegan, 
Mich. 

Soldier's (A) farewell to his 
mother ; words and music bv W. E. 
Peters [of U. S.] [2027 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1919; E 441916; 
Walter Edward Peters, New Haven. 

Soldier's (The) guide; words by J. 
Smart, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[2028 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441881; 
James Smart, Orlando, Fla. 

Some day; lyric by Walter King, 
music by Earl Burtnett [of U. S."| 

[2029 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 32, 
1919; E 442574; A. J. Stasny music 
co., New York. 

Some day I'm going to kiss you ; 
words by H. T. Cooke, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2030 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441693; 
Harriot T. Cooke, Orange, N. J. 



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Some night ; waltz with words, lyric 
by Louis Weslyn, music by Neil Mo- 
ret [of U. S.] [2031 
© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441791; Daniels & Wilson, 
inc., San Francisco. 

Some one step ; by Someone [pseud, 
of A. Bergh, of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2032 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442155; 
Arthur Bergh, New York. 

Some time ; musical play, book and 
lyrics by Rid a Johnson Young, music 
by Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] ; vocal 
sc. [2033 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 439920; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Somebody's sweetheart ; medley 
waltz, by Antonio Bafunno [of U. 
S.], arr. by Stephen O. Jones [of U. 
S.j ; orch. 4to. [2034 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 441828; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

selection, by Antonio Bafunno 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2035 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442240; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Somehow I'm sorry that we met ; 
words by A. W. Osborn, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2036 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442489; 
Arthur W. Osborn, Philadelphia. 

Someone cares for you; words by H. 
M. Parkinson, melody by M. Du- 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2037 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439691; 
Helen M. Parkinson, Washington. 
Somewhere ; words by Mrs. A. R. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2038 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441182; 
Mrs. A. R. Smith, Fresno, Cal. 
Somewhere over seas ; words by M. 
B. York, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2039 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441263; 
Minnie B. York, Clinton, Ind. 
Somewhkre over there he is sleep- 
ing ; words by L. A. Beichner, mel- 
ody by R. A/ Browne [of U. S.l 

[2040 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439881; 
Louise Anthony-Beichner, Bethle- 
hem, Pa. 



Somewhere some girl is waiting for 
me; words and melody by T. A. 
Hammid and C. Kranz [of U. S.], 
arr. by William J. Carle [of U. S.] 

[2041 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441477 ; 
Tausha Abdul Hammid and Charles 
Kranz, New York. 

Somewhere, sometime ; words and mu- 
sic by B. Sherman [i. e. B. S. Uhl- 
f elder, of U. S.] [2042 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441611; Blanche Sherman Uhl- 
felder, New York. 

Sonate pour piano et violon. See 
Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) 

Sonate, pour violon et piano; de 
Claude Debussy [of Francel, trans, 
par Lucien Garban [of France] ; 
piano a 4 mains. Paris, A. Durand 
et fils. [2043 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 435713; Durand et cie, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Sonate pour violoncelle et piano; 
par Claude Debussy, transcription 
par Lucien Garban [of France] ; 
piano a 4 mains. [2044 

© Jan. 8, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; 
E 435665; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 

Sonatina in C. See Early English 
sonatinas by composers of the eight- 
eenth century. 

Sonatina in G. See Early English 
sonatinas by composers of the 
eighteenth century. 

Sondes de la fete (Festival sounds) ; 
valse, by C. McMoon [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2045 

© Feb. 1, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 
E 442235; Cosme McMoon, San An- 
tonio. 

Song (A) ; by F. Kreisler [of Austria, 

domiciled at New York] op. 6; 

violin and piano. [2046 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442213; 

Fritz Kreisler, New York. 

Song Internationale ; words by R. E. 
Rose, music by W. W. Nusbaum [ot 
XL S.] 4to. Cincinnati, O., Willis 
music co. [2047 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919 ; E 442569 ; Rose and Nusbaum, 
Cincinnati. 



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2064 



Song (A) of hope; by Roland Diggle 

[of U. S.] ; organ. [2048 

© Jan. 17, 1919: 2 c. Jan. 22, 

1919; E 441483; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Song (The) of motherland ; or, The 
note of high command, words by L. 
A. Bell, music by Artella E. Bell 
[of U. S.] [2049 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441474; 
Lydia A. Bell, Los Angeles. 

Song (A) of sympathy; lyric by 
Kathleen Stuart, music by Henry 
Lovell [of England] ; no. 2 in E flat. 

[2050 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435746 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Song of the brownies ; words by 
Louisa Okill and Erica Skene, mu- 
sic by Muriel C. Hodding [of Great 
Britain] (Curwen's edition, no. 
1452) [2051 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435705; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Song of the shepherd ; by C. C. Craro- 
mond [of U. S.] op. 83; piano. Bos- 
ton, Evans music co. [2052 
© Jan. 18. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441462; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Song of the slacker; words by A. 
Hurst, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2053 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441294; Ada Hurst, Bland- 
ing, Utah. 

Song of the steeet sweeper; words 
by Richard M. Hunt, music by Stan- 
ley R. Avery [of U. S.] ; low voice in 

D. [2054 
© Jan. 4, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1919; E 439942; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Song (The) that the breeze sings to 
me; by E. Fortunato [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [2055 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 442368 ; Eugenio Fortunato, Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
orchestration] 

words by Betty Bellin, music by 

E. Fortunato [of U. S.] [2056 
© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 

E 442370 ; Eugenio Fortunato, Phila- 
delphia. 



Song to Old Glory; words by C. E. 
Graves, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2057 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441311; Charlotte Elizabeth 
Graves, Omaha, Neb. 

Songs of a roving Celt ; five songs, 
poems by Murdoch Maclean, music 
by Charles Villiers Stanford [of 
England] op. 157 ; no. 1, low voice. 
Contents, 1. The pibroch. — 2. Assynt 
of the shadows. — 3. The sobbing of 
the Spey. — 4. No more. — 5. The call. 

[2058 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5. 1919 ; 
E 435745 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Sons (The) of liberty; words by E. 

Bronnenberg, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2059 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441539; 

E. Bronnenberg, Dearborn, Mich. 

Soreisi eedenti; mazurka, by Salva- 
tore Caputo [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York], arr. by Joseph Gioe [of 
U. S.] ; mand. [2060 

© 1 c. Feb. 4. 1919; E 441901; 
Nicolo Biondo, New York. 

Soupir. See Fragments psychologi- 
ques. 

Southern (A) maid; finale act 1 from 
musical play, words by Adrian Ross, 
music by Harold Fraser-Simson [of 
England] ; bells, organ and cho. of 
mixed voices. [2061 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435560; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

introduction and opening music 

with solo, from Act 1 of the musical 
play, words by Harry Graham, music 
by Harold Fraser-Simson [of Eng- 
land] ; piano and song. [2062 
© Dec. 18. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435550; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

opening music, dance from Act 2 

of the musical play, by Harold 
Fraser-Simson [of England] ; piano. 

[2063 
© Dec. IS. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435551; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

scene-finale act II, words by 

Adrian Ross, music by Harold 
Fraser-Simson [of Great Britain] 

[2064 

© Dec. 18. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1919; E 435656; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd.. London. 



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Southeen melodies ; words by C. A. 

Coates, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2065 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442598; 

G. A. Coates, Springfield, 111. 

Southern memories ; words by Mrs. 
E. E. Russell, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2066 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441682; 
Mrs. Elmer E. Russell, Catskill, 
N. Y. 

Souvenir; by Frank Bridge [of Eng- 
land] ; violin and piano. [2067 
© Tan. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435757; Wintbrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

> bv Franz Drdla, arr. bv H. F. 

Odell [of U. S.] ; full mand. orch. 

[2088 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442038; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Souvenir de Riverview ; nocturne sen- 
timentale, by. C. W. Kern [of U. S.] 
on. 372 ; piano. Boston, Evans music 
co. [2069 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21. 
1919; E 441463; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Souvenirs lointains (Memories) ; by 

Constantin Sternberg [of U. S.l ; 

piano. [2070 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20. 1919 ; 

E 439958 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Speed on to the cherished goal; a 
song of mother love, words and mu- 
sic by Vera Schaupp Frickey [of 
U. S.] [2071 

© 1 c. Dec. 16. 1918; E 440245; 
Vera Blanch Frickey, Astoria, Or. 

Spirit of America ; words by O. L. 

Jones, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2072 

© 1 c. Jan. 13. 1919; E 441224; 

Olive L. Jones, Waupun, Wis. 

Spirit (The) of victory; march, by 
E. S. Phelps [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2073 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919 ; E 441452 ; C. C. Church & co., 
Hartford. 



Spirit (The) of 1917; words and 
melody by Alice Michaels [of U. S.], 
arr. by M. Spivack [of U. S.] 

[2074 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; E 441809 ; Mor- 
ris Spivack, New York. 

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Spooky ookum ; from The velvet lady, 
by Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold 
Sanford [of U. S.] ; hotel orch. ; 
in F. 4to. [2075 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 441508 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement] 

Spooning; words and melodv by E. L. 
Merritt [of U. S.] [2076 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 440918; 
Edward Lawrence Merritt, Oakland. 
Cal. 
Spring ; words by Lorena Zeller, music 
by Alexander Rihm [of U. S.] 

[2077 
© Jan. 7. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919; 
E 441041 ; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 
Springtime. See Morris dance [and] 
Springtime. [2077£ 

Springtime (The) of love; words by 
Verna G. Wolfe, music by G. Shooter 
[of U. S.l Akron. O., Success mu- 
sic co. [2078 
© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 441844: Gordon Shooter, 
Ravenna, O. 
Stand by the flag; words and music 
bv D. E. Conner Tof U. S.] 4to. 

[2079 
© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441934; D. E. Conner, Lawrence, 
Kan. 

words by F. L. Hanson, music by 

J. W. Gillette [of U. S.] [2080 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441552; 

Frank L. Hanson, Bryn Mawr, 

Wash. 

Stand up for America ; words by P. J. 

Harris, music by S. E. Morris [of 

U. S.] [2081 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441686; 

P. J. Harris, Columbus, O. 

words by T. J. Harris, music by 

S. E. Morris [of U. S.] [2082 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442596; 

T. J. Harris, Columbus, O. 

Stanley waltz ; bv B. Waldman [of 

U. S.] [2083 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 439990; 

Bessie Waldman, Roxbury, Mass. 

Star (The) of humanity; words and 

music by A. Rogers Parker [pseud. 

of F. M. Brown, of U. S.], arr. by A. 

Friend, Brooklyn, N. Y., Chandler- 

Ebel music co. [2084 

*© Dec. 28, 1.918; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; 

1 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; E 442247 ; Frank 

McDonald Brown, New York. 



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no. 2, 1919 



2102 



Star of Italy; military two-step, by 
F. W. Fisher [of England] ; reed 
and brass band. 4to. [2085 

© Dec. 19, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435509; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

Star (The) of stars; the great little 
gold star, words by Herman Dan- 
ziger, melody by Elias A. Lessem 
[of U. S.] [2086 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442353; 
Danziger, Lessem and Messinger, 
New York. 

— — melody by Max Messinger 

[of U. S.] [2087 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440976; 
Danziger, Lessem & Messinger, New 
York. 

Starlight ; words by M. Henley, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2088 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441408; 
Mike Henley, Richmond. 

Starlight love; words by Arthur A. 
Penn, music by Lucien Denni [of 
U. S.] [2089 

© Jan. 31. 1919 : 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441885 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Stars and Stripes of America; words 

by J. Robertson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2090 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441171; 

James Robertson, Brooklyn. 

Stars (The) and Stripes of free- 
dom's lore; words by F. H. Acke- 
mann, music by Daniel Protheroe 
[of U. S.] [2091 

© Dec. 30. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919 ; E 439890 ; Frederick H. Acke- 
mann, Elgin, 111. 

Stars (The) that lifted the bars; 

words by H. M. Gillis, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2092 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441185; 

Hettie M. Gillis, Ottumwa, la. 

Steadfast; as long as the stars of 
God, words by Charles Hanson 
Towne, music by. Robert Carvel [of 
U. S.] op. 5, no. 1; low in A. [2093 
© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 442245; Boston music co., Boston. 

Stepping-stones. See In fancy's 
realm. 

Stop — go ahead ; words and melody by 
P. Kramer [of TL S.] [2094 

© 1 c. Jan. 27. 1919; E 441790; 
Peter Kramer, Brooklyn. 



Stornelli cattivi; versi e musica di 
G. Armando Bosso [of Italy] ; man- 
dolino e canto. 4to. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli e c. [2095 

© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435642 ; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Story of the water nymph ; nocturne, 
by Carl Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano, in 
C. [2096 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442394 ; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 

Strofette d'attualita ; versi e musica 
di Americo Giuliani [of Italy] ; man- 
dolino e canto. 4to. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli e c. [2097 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435646 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Such a naughty, naughty soldier 
man ; words and music by Bob Mac 
Lachlan [of Canada] [2098 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441702; 
R. D. Mac Lachlan, Victoria, Can- 
ada. 

Suite of four poetic album leaves ; 
by Gustav Saenger, op. 112, arr. by 
Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.] ; full 
orch., piano conductor. Contents: 
Burlesque. — Tendre souvenir. — 
Danse languide. — Petite scherzo. 

[2099 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442025; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Suite Savoyarde; de J. Chanaud, arr. 
de Ad. Gauwin [of France] ; orch. 
Contents; 1. Le chalet des fonds. — 
2. Le lac de gers. — 3. La bour- 
geoise. — 4. Le criou. [2100 

© June 11, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918; E 434135; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Sultana; from Somebody's sweet- 
heart, words by Alonzo Price, music 
by Antonio Bafunno [of U. S.] 

[2101 

© Feb. 3. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5. 1919 ; 
E 442352; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Summer's farewell; words by H. D. 
Thompson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2102 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441244; 
Helen Dodge Thompson, Glen Ellyn, 
111. 



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Sun dance: by Lily Strickland [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Two Shawnee In- 
dian dances, no. II) [2103 
© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442268: G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Sunset in the Alps ; Tyrolean melo- 
die, by Carl Sontag [of U. S.l ; 
piano, in P. [2104 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442395; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Sunset (The) land: words by Grace 
Mary Golden, music by Charles 
Willeby [of Great Britain] ; in F. 

[2105 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 439643; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Sunshine fills my heart ; words and 
music by M. J. Keane [of Great 
Britain] ; in G. [2106 

© Nov. 25. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1919; E 435508: Michael Joseph 
Keane, Liverpool, England. 

Sunshine (The) of my heart ; words 
by H. AVard, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2107 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441723; 
Hazel Ward, East St. Louis, 111. 

Suona, San Giusto ; versi di Mario 
Arturo Mancini. musica di N. Val- 
ente [of Italy] ; mandolino e canto. 
4to. Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. 

[2108 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435639 ; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Supplication ; words by M. E. How- 
ard, music by J. Sauerwein [of U. 
S.] [2109 

© Dec. 31, 1918 : 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439863; M. E. Howard, San An- 
tonio. 

Supremacy; words by Cecilia Wheat 
Curry, music by E. C. Whytock [of 
U. S.], arr. by Vaughn de Leath 
[pseud, of L. E. Von der Lieth. of 
U. S.] [2110 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919; E 441078; 
Evelyn Carne Whytock, Hollywood, 
Cal. 

Sure, we're going back to Ireland; 

words by B. Kelly, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2111 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442221; 

Bertha Kelly, Elizabeth, N. J. 



Sweet Anna Marie; lyric by Larry 
Yosco, music by Lyons & Yosco [of 
U. S.] New York, Richmond, pub- 
lisher. [2112 
© Jan. 16. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15. 
1919; E 442182; Richmond, Lyons 
& Yosco co., New York. 

Sweet girlie, you're the sweet girl 
I mean ; by Bobbie Gilbert, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal 
orch..in E flat. 4to. [2113 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 441509 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Sweet Leon ore ; words and music by 
A. H. Eastman [of U. S.] 1. High 
voice, in A flat. 2. Medium voice, in 
F. 3. Low voice, in E flat. 

[2114-2116 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. each Jan. 24, 
1919; E 441511-441513; Fred Helt- 
man co., Cleveland. 

Sweet mama — tree top tall; words 
and melody by L. White [of U. S.J, 
arr. by James L. Finning [of U. S.] 

[2117 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439607; 
Lasses White, Dallas. 

Sweet melody; by E. Fortunato [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2118 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 442369 ; Eugenio Fortunato, Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
orchestration] 

words and music by E. Fortunato 

[of U. S.] [2119 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442128 ; Eugenio Fortunato, Phila- 
delphia. 

Sweet stuff ; from Listen Lester, 
Words by Harry L. Cort and Geo. E. 
Stoddard, music by Harold Orlob [of 
U. S.] (Cover title: Oh! You sweet 
stuff) [2120 

© Jan. 29. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441814 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Sweetest days of all ; words and 

music by H. G. Lomas [of U. S.], arr. 

by Harry P. Guy [of U. S.] [2121 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441435; 

Hazen George Lomas, Detroit. 

Sweetest (The) girl in O-hi-o; words 
and music by G. Willson [of U. S.] 

[2122 
" © Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441622; George Willson, Everett, 
Wash. 



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Sweetest lump of sugar down in 
Dixieland; words by Geo. E. Stod- 
dard, music by H. Orlob [of U. S.l, 
arr. by Hilding Anderson [of U. S.l 

[2123 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; E 440914 ; Har- 
old Orlob, New York. 

Sweetheart come ; words by C. Tripp, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2124 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441698; 
Charles Tripp, Hoboken, N. J. 

Sweetheart (The) of our nation; 
words by M. B. Kinney, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2125 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441409; 
M. B. Kinney, Camp Kearny, Cal. 

Sweethearts apart ; words by R. Kid- 
ney, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2126 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441416; 
Ross Kidney, Toledo, O. 

Swing song ; three-part, words by Clif- 
ton Bingham, music by Win. Adam 
Fuhrmann [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. (Octavo-secular, no. 3694) 

[2127 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441066; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Swinging; by Louis A. Brookes [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Scenes of childhood) 

[2128 

© Oct. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 441798; Jos. Krolage music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Symbol of love. See Patton (Willard) 
Two songs. 

Symphony in F minor; by F. C. 
Lathrop [of U. S.] op. 4; orch. 

[2129 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 442426; 
Francis Child Lathrop, Madison, Wis. 

Syncopatin' blues ; words and music 
by B. Boutelle [i. e. E. T. Boutelle, 
of U. S.] [2130 

© lc. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442499 ; Eliz- 
abeth Thorn Boutelle, New York. 

Tabs; selection, from Tabs, by Ivor 
Novello, arr. by Albert W. Ketelbey 
[of England] ; orch. [2131 

© Nov. 29, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435557; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 



Take it from me; selection, by Will 
R. Anderson [of U. S.], arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; piano. [2132 

© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919; 
E 441884 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Take me back to Dixie ; words by K. 
Peck, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2133 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441659; 
Kyle Peck, Westboro, Mo. 

Take me back to Texas ; words by 
M. Carey, music by Roy Hartzell 
[pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] 
Washington, D. C, Publishers' serv- 
ice bureau. [2134 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442443; Margaret Carey, San An- 
tonio. 

Take me back to the U. S. A. ; words 
by A. D. Visk, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2135 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441130; 
Anthony D. Visk, Bellwood, Pa. 

Take the road with a smiling face ; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
John Hay [of Great Britain] ; in G 
min. [2136 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9. 1919 ; 
E 439640; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Tale (The) of the trenches will 
linger; words by A. G. Stitt, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2137 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441121 ; A. 
G. Stitt, Altamont, N. Y. 

Tamquam ad latronem (Are ye come 
out as against a thief) ; motet, text 
Scriptural, English tr. and adapted 
by Winfred Douglas [of U. S.], music 
by Thomas Ludovicus Victoria, ed. 
by Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Spanish sacred mo- 
tets, no. 5) [2138 

© Jan. 9, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919; 
E 442198 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translating 
and editing.] 

Tantalizing eyes; words by L. A. 
Beichner, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [2139 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442223; 
Louise Anthony-Beichner, Bethle- 
hem, Pa. 



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Taps aee calling ; words and music by 
C. A. Gray [of U. S.] Worcester, 
Mass., C. F. Hanson & co. [2140 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 441446 ; Carl Albert Gray, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

Same. [2141 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439974 ; Carl A. Gray, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Tarantella 'e sposa ; versi di G. E. 
Pasqualotto, musica di Gennaro 
Quaranta [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; mand. ace. New York, E. 
Rossi. [2142 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441815 ; Gaetano Esposito Pasqua- 
lotto, New York. 

Te Detjm laudamus ; words in Latin, 
music by Royle Shore [i. e. S. R. 
Shore, of England] op. 28; for two 
choirs, one singing mainly in unison. 
32mo. [2143 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435519; S. Royal Shore, Staines, 
England. 

Te sotjvient-il ; melodie, par Augusta 
Holmes, transcription de H. Mouton 
[of Italy] ; petit orch. avec piano 
conducteur et harmonium parties ad 

, lib. 4to. (Collection orchestrina, 
no. 19) [2144 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 1 c Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435482 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Teach me to make love in the Ameri- 
can way ; words by M. J. Lee, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2145 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442215; 
Mary Jane Lee, Hominy, Okl. 

Tears of love; by S. R. Henry and 
Frank H. Warren [of U. S.] ; orch. 
in D. (Stern's vocadence ed., no. 
889.) [214G 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 442149 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Technique (La) de l'orgue; ouvrage 
adopte par le Conservatoire national 
de musique de Paris, par Jean Hure 
[of France] ; orgue. [2147 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 435369; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Tell me you are glad I am back ; 

words by G. C. Rice, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington ,[of U. S.] [214S 

© 1 c. Jan. 13. 1919; E 441230; 

Golda Cameron Rice, Edeistein, 111. 



Tell mother the world war is won ; 

words by G. S. Baggs, music by Dale 

H. Baggs [of U. S.] [2149 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29. 1919 ; 

E 442154 ; Gorum S. Baggs, Lima, O. 

Tendre souvenir. See Suite of four 
poetic album leaves. 

Thank God for victory ; words by Ed- 
ward M. Chapman, music by Louis 

i Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 125, 

no. 1 ; mixed voices. 4to. [2150 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439956 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

op. 125, no. lb; women's 

voices. 4to. (Choruses of peace and 

victory, no. 13372.) [2151 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 

E 439957 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Thank God, the war is over; words 

by C. Monroe, music by Arnulf Cin- 

tura [of U. S.] [2152 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 

E 441381 ; Clyde Monroe, Chicago. 

That cullud jazztime band ; lyrics 
and melody by C. Lapham [of U. S.] 

[2153 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442354; 
Claude E. Lapham, New York. 

That great old game of love; words 
and melody by E. King Baird [pseud, 
of E. W. De Wart, of U. S.] 12154 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442085; 
Eugene W. De Wart, St. Albans, Vt. 

That Idaho rag; words and melody 
by J. B. Mitchell [of U. S.] [2155 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442067; 
John Battiste Mitchell, Wallace, Id. 

That is love in sunny Italy; from 
Hnllo America, words by Clifford 
Grey, music by Elsie Janis [of U. 
S.] and Herman Finck [of Great 
Britain] [2156 

© Nov. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 16, 1918 ; 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 435356: Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., & B. 
Feldman & co., London. 

That mother-in-law of mine ; words 
by R. Bowers, music by Roy Hart- 
zell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. 
S.] Washington, D. C, Publishers' 
service bureau. [2157 

- © Dec. 31 , 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 44243S; Roy Bowers, Ft. Wayne, 
Ind. 



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That ragtime band ; words and music 
by L. Soileau [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Del mar music co. [2158 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441764; Leslie Soileau, 
Erath, La. 

That's got 'em; rag, by Wilber 

Sweatman [of U. S.] ; piano. [2159 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1919; E 441390; Triangle music 

pub. co., New York. 

That's oue flag ; lyrics and music by 
S. W. Wolfenstein [of U. S.], arr. 
by Samuel G. Kiesling [of U. S.l 

[2160 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441899; 
Saul W. Wolfenstein, Brooklyn. 

That's the bull; words by Maxwell 
H. By rd and Geo. Rankin, melody 
by Geo. Valler Rankin [of Eng- 
land, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] 

[2161 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 439924; 
Rankin & Byrd, New York. 

That's the time dear that I'm watt- 
ing for ; words and ' music by H. 
Tan turn [of U. S.], arr. by Nathaniel 
E. Watson [of U. S.] [2162 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1919; E 441072; 
Horace Tantum, Nutley, N. J. 

That's when I dream of you; words 
by P. A. Deardorff, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2163 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441678; 
Perry A. Deardorff, Hampton Roads, 
Va. 

That's why I'm always pining for 
the pine tree state of maine ; 
words by J. F. Mudge, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.l Chicago, 
North American music co. [2104 
© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441296; John F. Mudge, St. 
John, N. B., Canada. 

That's why our boys will come 
home; words by G. H. Fero, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2165 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441179; 
Geo. H. Fero, Youngstown, O. 

That somebody is me; words and 
music by Ted Le Roy and Fred 
Richmond [of England] London, 
Herman Darewski music pub. co. 

[2166 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 10. 

1919; E 435543; Charles Sheard & 

co., % Herman Darewski music pub. 

co., London. 



Then he will come back to me from 
across the sea ; words and music by 
E. M. Buddie [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [2167 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 441332 ; Eleanor M. Buddie, 
Detroit. 

Then you'll come back to me; 
words by Al. Fields, music by Jos- 
eph Solman and Bernard Eyges [of 
U. S.] [2168 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 441392; United music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Then you'll know you're home; 
by Jesse Winne, arr. by Tom Clark 
[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [2169 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919; 
E 439598; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

• quartet, words by Gordon John- 
stone, music by Jesse Winne, 
arr. by Clarence Lucas [of U. S.l ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [2170 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442125; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

words by Gordon Johnstone, 

music by Jesse Winne, arr. by Clar- 
ence Lucas [of U. S.] ; male quar- 
tette. 4to. [2171 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 439992; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

There is pep in the American sol- 
dier ; words and music by Mrs. F. 
Speckman [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [2172 
© Jan. 22, '1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441743; Mrs. F. Speckman, 
Milwaukee. 

There is someone for every some- 
body; words by R. Galehouse, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2173 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441662; 
Reine Galehouse, Flint, Mich. 

There'll be a great day coming 
when our boys come marching 
home; words by E. Woolsey, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2174 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441402; 
Etta Woolsey, Jersey City. 



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There'll be something a doing ; words 
by P. L. Fitzpatrick, music by Gil- 
bert Brunn [of U. S.] [2175 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441455; 
Edith Gilbert Brunn, Kennewick, 
Wash. 

There's a girl that haunts me night 
and day; words by F. J. Jancsar, 
music by Kathryn Irene White [of 
U. S.] [217G 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442382; 
Frank J. Jancsar, Pittsburgh. 

There's a little girl in the golden 

West ; words by J. A. Irwin, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2177 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441530; 

Joseph A. Irwin, Chicago. 

There's a lonesome girl in Dixie; 
words and music by J. T. Haddow, 
James Hadden and John Hadden [of 
U. S.], arr. by Ed Mcllugh. [2178 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 442583; Haddow & Hadden pub. 
co., Scranton, Pa. 

There's a million girls around me, 
from Century midnight whirl, words 
by Joseph McCarthy and John Henry 
Hears, music by Harry Tierney [of 
U. S.] [2179 

© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 441S23; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 

There's a service flag draped in 
mourning; words by J. P. Walsh, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [21S0 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441G74; 
James P. Walsh, Fall River, Mass. 

There's a silver star in heaven fob 
every star of gold ; words by Walter 
Gregory, music by Harold Dixon [of 
U. S.] [2181 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442286; Dixon-Lane pub. CO., St. 
Louis. 

There's nothing too fine for the 
finest ; from The velvet lady, words 
by Henry Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert [of U. S.] [2182 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 439912 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



There's only one America ; words by 
E. P. Milens, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of U. S.] [2183 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441565; 
Edith Perry Milens, Davenport, Fla. 

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They all marched there in line, 
neath Old Glory on the Rhine; 
words by J. A. Brex, jr., music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2184 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; E 441737 ; J. 
A. Brex, jr., Newark, N. J. 

They are coming home ; words by M. 
D. Green, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [21S5 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441143 ; Mal- 
sie Dale Green, Bridgeport, Conn. 

They call me a poor little orphan; 

words by S. E. Watts, melody bv R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [2180 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442217; 

Sarah E. Watts, Newport, R. I. 

They carried the world to victory; 

words and music by R. A. Marshall 

[of U. S.] [2187 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441716; 

Robert A. Marshall, Farr, Col. 

They gave their lives for their coun- 
try and you; words by C. Kranz, 
music by T. A. Hammid [of U. S.l, 
arr. by Wm. J. Carle [of U. S.] [2188 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442133; 
Charles Kranz and Tauscha Abdul 
Hammid, New York. 

They proved in the fight that might 

DOES NOT MAKE RIGHT; Words l).V N. 

Grimes, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2189 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441692; 
Neil Grimes, Brooklyn. 
They're coming back ; words and mu- 
sic by Sam Habelow [of U. S.], arr. 
by Jos. Solman [of U. S.] [2190 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439975 ; George Jeffrey and Samuel 
Habelow, Boston. 

weep no more my lady, words and 

music by R. L. Lukens [of U. S.] 

[2191 
© Sept. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 30, 1918 ; 
E 433459; Robert L. Lukens, Hono- 
lulu. 
They're hunting a husband fob 
Helen; words by Merle St. Leon, 
music by M. St. Leon and Lois Spicer, 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[2192 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 

E 441383; W T aterman, St. Leon & 

Fairfax pub. co., Oklahoma City, Okl. 

They're on their way to the U. S. A., 
our boys are coming home ; words 
bv Philip Shapiro, music by Sam 
Chefitz [of U. S.] [2193 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; E 
442237 ; Chefitz & Shapiro, Buffalo. 



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no. 2, 1919 



2211 



Things up yonder white as snow; 
negro spiritual, words anon., music 
arr. by William Reddick [of U. S.] 

[2194 
© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441039; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Think of the boys from home sweet 
home ; words and music bv Harry P. 
Kissell [of U. S.] Denver, Col. 
Cedar music pub. house. [2195 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439831 ; H. P. Kissell and Henry C. 
Fisher, Denver. 

Thinking and dreaming of you ; words 
and music by C. A. Trull [of U. S.] 

[2196 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441253; 
C. A. Trull, Waco, Tex. 

Tho the skies be gray, or blue ; 

words and melody by J. B. Mitchell 

[of U. S.] [2197 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442070; 

John Battiste Mitchell, Wallace, Id. 

Those beautiful eyes of yours ; 

words by A. Arnold, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2198 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441122; 

Arno Arnold, New York. 

Those Dixie melodies ; from Hello 
Alexander, words by Alfred Bryan, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[2199 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 

E 442780 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

Those moaning blues ; melody, by W. 

E. Grimm [of U. S.] [2200 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441495; 

Walter E. Grimm, Stockton, Cal. 

Those wedding bells will ring for 

you and me; words by M. Manley, 

music by Dolly Sterling [of Canada] 

[2201 
© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435612; Morris Manley, Toronto, 
Canada. 
Thou glorious flag, America's pride; 
new flag song, words and music by 
J. M. Nelson [of U. S.], arr. by J. 
C. Barolet [of U. S.] 4to. [2202 
© Dec. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441051 ; Joseph Melvin Nelson, 
Lufkin, Tex. 
Thoughts ; words by C. Este, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2203 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441095; 
Chas. Este, Montreal, Canada. 



Thoughts of home; reverie, by H. 
Engelman [of U. S.] ; piano, second 
grade. [2204 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441650 ; Chart music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

words and music by A. Kramme 

[of U. S.], arr. by Mark A. Welch 
[of U. S.] [2205 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441375; 
Augusta Kramme, Baltimore. 

Three cheers for the Star-Spangled 

Banner ; words by A. Nevel, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2206 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442219; 

Alice Nevel, Beverly, N. J. 

Three cheers for Wilson ; words by 

W. R. Unglish, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2207 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919: E 441679; 

W. R. Unglish, W T atsonville, Cal. 

Three (The) drummers (Els tres 
tambors) ; five-part cho., English 
version by Deems Taylor and Kurt 
Schincller [of U. S.'J, ed. by K. 
Schindler, music a Catalonian folk- 
song, har. by Joan B. Lambert; 
mixed voices. 4to. ( Spanish choral 
ballads, no. 13310) [2208 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440809 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and editing] 

Three heroes ; sketches for orch., arr. 
bv Howard Carr [of England] ; piano. 
Contents :— 1. O'Leary, V. C— 2. Cap- 
tain Oates.— 3. Warneford, V. C. 

[2209 
© Nov. 23, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 16, 1918 ; 
E 435371 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Three (The) Kings (Canco denadal) ; 
English version by Deems Taylor 
and K. Schindler [of U. S.], music 
an old Catalan nativity song after 
the har. by Lluis Romeu, by Kurt 
Schindler; high voice. (Spanish 
sacred and secular songs, no. 1.) 

' [2210 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440823 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and arrangement] 

Same. five-part song for mixed 

voices. 4to. (Spanish choral bal- 
lads, no. 13267) [2211 
© Dec. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 440819 : Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and editing] 



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Theills ; valse, by Charles And iff e [of 
England] ; reed and brass band. 4to. 

[2212 
© Feb. 24. 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 435766 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Theough the gates of old Beelin ; 
words and music by G. M. Baine [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2213 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14. 
1919 ; E 441342 ; Gertrude M. Baine, 
Charlotte, Mich. 

Thtop your thtuttering Jimmy ; 
words and music by Hal Blake 
Cowles, arr. bv Ralph Bruns [of 
U. S.] [2214 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441380; Cowles & Kelly 
pub. co., St. Paul. 

Thy paeting ; hymn solo, words and 
music by H. E. Isaacs [of U. S.] 

[2215 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442293; 
Henrietta Emmons-Isaacs. Forest 
City, la. 

Thy picture fair; words by Robert 
Owen Foster, music by Willard 
Patton [of U. S.] [2216 

© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441836; Lloyd pub. co., Minne- 
apolis. 

Same. [2217 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1919 ; E 442096 ; Lloyd pub. co., Min- 
neapolis. 

Till oue sailor boy comes home; 
words by P. A. Deardorff, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2218 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441680; 
Perry A. Deardorff, Hampton Roads, 
Va. 

'Till the golden afteewhile ; words 
and melody by J. Clayton Ealy, har- 
mony by Will B. Morrison [of U. S.] 

[2219 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439834; Superior song co., 
Indianapolis. 

Till we meet again ; waltz by Rich- 
ard A. Whiting of [U. S.] ; piano. 

[2220 

© Dec. 23, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 24, 
1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 440476; 
Jerome H. Remick & co., New York. 



Time and I; words by Ella Wheeler 
Wilcox, music bv Charles Wakefield 
Cadman [of U. S.] op. 66, no. 3. 

[2221 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441619; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Tipper art Maey ; from Ziegfeld 9 
o'clock revue and new midnight 
frolic, words and music by Gene 
Buck and Dave Stamper, [of U. S.] 

[2222 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1919; E 441352; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Tieolese (La) Italiana; mazurka, di 
F. Di Leo [of Italy, domiciled at 
Pittsburgh, Pa.] ; 1°. mand. o violino, 
2°. mand. e chitarra. (Edizione Car- 
dilli, no. 569) [2223 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441639; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

'Tis spring ; words by M. Swallow and 
W. Handreck. melody by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [2224 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439705; 
Marie Swallow & Walter Handreck, 
Delavan, Wis. 

'Tis the star that's tuened to gold ; 
words and music by F. O. Perkins 
[of U. S.], arr. by Nellie M. Stevens 
and Howard T. Googins [of U. S.] 

[2225 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 439983; 
Fannie Orne Perkins, Boothbay 
Harbor, Me. 

To America and you ; words by 
Samuel E. Vogel, music by Henry 
Eldridge, jr. [of U. S.] [2226 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442226 ; Bernard, Scheib and Eld- 
ridge, Rochester, N. Y. 

To Delia. See Hammond (Richard 
P.) Six songs from Burns. 

To deeam oite days away; words by 

Morey, melody bv R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] . [2227 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442092; 

Jesse Morey, E. Schodack, N. Y. 

To Kaisee Bill; words by C. B. Ed- 
wards, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2228 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441663; 
Cassie B. Edwards, Temple, N. H. 

TO OUE BOYS IN KHAKI AND BLUE; 

words by D. A. Toole, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2229 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441673; 
D. A. Toole, Ravenna, O. 



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2247 



To the butteefly ; words by Rogers, 
music by Julius Chaloff [of U. S,l 
op. 12, no. 3, in D. [2230 

© Nov. 30, 1018; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1019; E 442033; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
To thee, my love ; serenade by Haydn 
M. Matthews [of U. S.] ; solo for 
flute with piano ace. Rhinelander, 
Wis., Marathon music co. [2231 

© Feb. 1, 1010 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1010 ; 
E 442262; O. Nelson, Rhinelander, 
Wis. 
To you deae; waltzes, by Edmund 
Braham [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at Chicago] op. 474 ; piano. 

[2232 
© Jan. 20. 1010; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1010; E 441437; Frances-Clifford 
music co., Chicago. 
Toast (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
by Jeff Branen, music by Lyons & 
Yosco [of U. S.] ; in C. New York, 
Maurice Richmond music co., inc. 

[2233 

© Feb. 1, 1010 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1010 ; 

E 441017 ; Richmond, Lyons & Yosco, 

New York 

Too late to forgive ; melody, by Dea- 

mor R. Drake [of U. S.] 32mo. 

[2234 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919; E 442387; 

David S. Olinghouse, Elkhart, Ind. 

Tout en chantant ; paroles de L. Bous- 

quet et E. Gitral, musique de Leon 

Raiter [of France] ; piano et chant. 

[2235 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435658; Louis Bousquet, 
Paris. 
Tout en trottinant; de Maurice 
Pesse, arr. par S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [2236 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435576; Philippo, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
Train (The) that leaves for town; 
duet from See you later, words by 
P. G. Wodehouse, music by Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.] [2237 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441842; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 
Tramp ! Tramp ! Tramp ! The Yanks 
are marching; words by N. E. 
Payne, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [2238 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 44208S ; 
Nannie E. Payne, Cumberland, Md. 



Traveller (The) benighted; song by 
Francis Hopkinson, ed. and aug- 
mented by Harold V. Milligan [of 
U. S.] ; high, low voice. (In The 
first American composer: Schmidt's 
educational series, no. 212 a, b) 

[2239 
© Dec. 30, 3018; 2 c. each Jan. 
3, 1919 ; E 440026 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Tread softly ; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Felix Corbett [of Eng- 
land] ; in E flat. [2240 
© Jan. 3, 1010 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1019 ; 
E 435732; Warren & Phillips, Lon- 
don. 

Treasure (The) island; words by A. 
H. Pool, music by Arthur James 
Dunkley [of Great Britain] ; in C. 

[2241 
© Dec. 11, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435504; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Triumphal march ; by Ernest New- 
ton [of England] ; organ. (Organ- 
ist recital series, no. 13) [2242 
© Jan. 20, 1010; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1010; E 435703; Gould & Bolttler, 
London. 

Triumphant Americans ; march and 
two step, by E. E. Rocha [of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at San Bernardino, 
Cal.] ; piano. [2243 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1010; E 441287; 
Esequio Espino Rocha, San Bernar- 
dino, Cal. 

Triumphant 'neath Old Glory ; words 
by E. A. Knoll, music by J. Newman 
[of U. S.] [2244 

© Jan. 29, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 442175; Edmund A. Knoll 
and Joseph Newman, Denver. 

Triumphant troops ; march by Lillian 
M. Cory and P. Corte Dalbey [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2245 

© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439836; Paul Mciy music 
co, Springfield, O. 

Same. [2246 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1919; E 441368; Paul May music 
co., Springfield, O. 

Trockne die teanen; gedicht von R. 
P. Springer, musik von H. G. Babel 
[of U. S.] [2247 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 439392 ; R. P. Springer, Anderson, 
Ind. 



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2248 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



True happiness and love in spring ; 
words by F, J. Wilson, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2248 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441327; F. J. Wilson, Colorado 
Springs, Col. 

TRUE TO THE COLORS, THE RED, WHITE 

and Blue: words and music by F. 
A. Grant [of U. S.] [2249 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439382; 
Frederic A. Grant, Brooklyn. 

Truth and hope; a collection of sa- 
cred songs, by Alfred E. Helton 
[and others, ed. by] Geo. W. Bacon 
[of U. S., and others] [224] p. 
12mo. [2250 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 3919; A 508990; Teachers' mu- 
sic pub. co., Hudson, N. C. 

Tuscania (The) ; words and music 
by J. H. Warrington [of U. S.], arr. 
by Frank C. A. Milano. [2251 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 441080; James H. Warrington, 
Philadelphia. 

Twilight; words and music by E. M. 
De Laby [of U. S.] [2252 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 439921; 
Edith M. De Laby, Chicago. 

words and music by V. Potter 

[of U. S.] [2253 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 442150; Virginia Potter, 
Newport, R. I. 

Twilight of love ; words by C. R. Hol- 

len, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2254 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442330; 

C. R. Hollen, Lakemont, Pa. 

Twilight on the camp grounds ; by 

Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 

336, no. 2 ; piano. [2255 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20. 1919 ; 

E 439954 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Twilight (A) tale; song without 
words, by Bert R. Anthony [of U. 
S.] op. 121; piano. Boston, Evans 
music co. [2256 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1919; E 441465; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Two laughing brown eyes ; words and 
music by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.l 

[2257 
© Feb. 5, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919; 
E 442348 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 



Two lips in Georgia ; from Hello Alex- 
ander, words by Alfred Bryan, music 
by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] [2258 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 442181; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Two little stars ; words by T. E. B. 
Henry, music by Geoffrey O'Hara 
[of U. S.] [2259 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1919; E 439925; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Tykus buvo vakarelis. See Ant 
tevelio dvaro [ir] Tykus buvo vaka- 
relis. 

Ultima (L') serenata d'un Pierrot; 
versi e musica di Americo Giuliani 
[of Italy] ; mandolino e canto. 4to. 
Napoli, Emilio Gemiarelli & c. 

[2260 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435649 ; Italian book co. inc., 
New York. 

Un po' di morale; versi e musica di 
Luciano Molinari [of Italy] ; mando- 
lino e canto. 4to. Napoli, F. Bideri. 

[2261 
© Sept. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435654 ; Italian book co. inc., 
New York. 

Uncle Sam; famous American jazz, 
by Nat. P. Dane [of England] ; piano. 

[2262 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435715 ; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

words and music by Lizetta 

Mowen [of U. S.] [2263 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441386; Mrs. E. S. Mowen, 
Lima, O. 

Uncle Sam and the belles and 
beaux ; words by M. Anderson, music 
by Charles A. Barry [of U. S.] 
(Cover title: The belles and the 
beaux of Uncle Sam.) [2264 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; 
E 441589; Margarite. Anderson, Day- 
ton, O. 

Uncle Sammy's won the day; words 

by H. J. Gleason, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2265 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441417; 

H. J. Gleason, Firebaugh, Cal. 

Uncle Sammy, we are strong fob 

you; words by P. Clay, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2266 

* © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; E 441721 ; 

Paul Clay, Ypsilanti, Mich. 



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no. 2, 1919 



2285 



Uncle Sam's boys; words by Mrs. H. 
Barnes, music by Roy Hartzell 
[pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] 
Washington, D. C, Publishers' serv- 
ice bureau. [2267 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442445; Mrs. H. Barnes, White- 
stone, N. Y. 

Uncle Sam's emblem of libeety ; 
words by J. T. Morley, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2268 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441722; 
John Taylor-Morley, Sydenham, Can- 
ada. 

Uncle Sam's land, the land we all 
love best; words by J. O'Kennedy, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S. ] [2269 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441228; 
James O'Kennedy, New York. 

Uncle Sam's sentiments in words 
and music; words and music bv R. 
H. Walker, jr. [of U. S.] [2270 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E 439603 ; Robert Henry Walker, jr., 
New York. 

Unconditional surrender is our plea ; 
words and music by M. S. Goldner 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [2271 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441747; Maggie Sherwood 
Goldner, Ellston, la. 

Under a mantle of white they're 
sleeping ; words by A. Chicquette, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2272 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441690; 
Anna Chicquette, Red Wing, Minn. 

Under Old Glory's folds; words and 
music by M. J. Andrup [of U. S.l 

[2273 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918; E 441519; 
Martin J. Andrup, Omaha, Neb. 

Under our flag of freedom ; words and 

music by L. V. Bense [of U. S.], arr. 

by Homer Tourjee [of U. S.] [2274 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; E 440979 ; L. 

V. Bense, Los Angeles. 



Under the crosses near no man's 
land; words by J. B. Lowndes, mel- 
ody by A. W. Blake [of U. S.], arr. 
by Thomas F. Cornell [of U. S.] 

[2275 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441894; 
Joseph B. Lowndes, New York. 

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Under the silver moon ; words by M. 

Cassel, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2276 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; E 441237 ; M. 

Cassel, Philadelphia. 

United hearts in the United States ; 
words by F. De Rahhal, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [2277 
© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441303; Frederick De Rahhal, 
Ranger, Tex. 

United States ! America ; words and 
music by A. Troemel [of U. S.] [227S 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; E 441431 ; Al- 
fred Troemel, New York. 

U. S. girl o' mine ; march song, words 
by W. F. Allen, music by J. Cooper 
[of U. S.] [2279 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 441281 ; W. F. Allen and Jay Coop- 
er, Telluride, Col. 

U. S. A., brave America; words and 
music by D. Camino [of U. S.] [2280 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1918; E 439559; 
Duchess Camino, New York. 

U. S. A. GIRLS ARE THE ONLY GIRLS FOR 

me; words by L. C. Breazier, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[22S1 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442326 ; L. 
C. Breazier, Lincoln, Kan. 

U. S. A. volunteers; words by J. J 

Grosso, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2282 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442488; 

Joseph J. Grosso, Philadelphia. 

University of Illinois song book. 
New and rev. edition. Published 
under the auspices of the Woman's 
league. 5 p. 1., 149, [1] p. 4to. 

[22S3 

© Dec. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
23, 1919; A 511362; Hinds, Hayden 
& Eldredge, inc., New York. 

Unmarked (An) grave; words by J. 
H. Stallings, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2284 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441235; 
J. H. Stallings, Mesa, Ariz. 

Up the little gravel path ; words and 
music by Harry Castling [of Eng- 
land] (Popular edition no. 97. 
Cover-title: Up the little gravel 
path sai.ing) [22S5 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; 
E 435532; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



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2286 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Up to the hills I lift mine eyes : 
hymn-anthem, words anon., music 
by Eduardo Marzo [of U. S.] op. 
152; two women's voices. 4to (Se- 
ries of anthems for women's voices, 
no. 501) [2286 

© Jan. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441038; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Vai gudei, gudki — Diana apie Ve- 
liuona Tand] Pavasaeelio teumpa 
naktuzl:; folk songs, words anon., 
music by Stasys Simkus [of Russia, 
domiciled at Chicago, 111.] (Chorams 
dainos, Lithuanian choral music. 
serija no. 2, no. 22) [2287 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442291 ; Xavier Strumskis, Brook- 
lyn. 

Vakaeine Daina; is muzikaliskos 
pjesos Pagirenuos, words and music 
by Stasys Simkus [of Russia, domi- 
ciled at Chicago, 111.] (Chorams 
dainos, Lithuanian choral music, 
serija no. 2, no. 23) [2288 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442292 ; Xavier Strumskis, Brook- 
lyn. 

Valentine (A) idyl; words by Carl 
Marshall, music by Lida Browning 
White [of U. S.] [2289 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441935 ; Browning-White pub. CO., 
Gary, Ind. 

Valley (The) of San Joaquin; words 

by J. G. Gorman, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2290 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442611; 

James G. Gorman, Alameda, Cal. 

Vals Pueeto Rico ; by Bianca Lund de 
Berg [i. e. Mrs. Uvaldo Berg, of U. 
S.] ; piano. [2291 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 1 c. Dec. 10, 1918 ; 
1 c. Dec. 19, 1918 ; E 441442 ; Uvaldo 
Berg, Brooklyn. 

Valse (La) bleu hoeizon; paroles de 

Ch. L. Pothier, musique de Ch. 

Borel-Clerc [of France] [2292 

© Dec. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 

E 435677; Ch. Borel-Clerc, Paris. 

Valse cheomatique; by A. Morin- 
Labrecque [of Canada] ; piano. 

[2293 
© Jan. 11, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 435563; Albertine Morin- 
Labrecque, Montreal, Canada. 



Valse des eodeues; par F. L. de Car- 
delus [of France] op. 79; piano. 

[2294 
© Dec. 31. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 435660; Editions musicales 
de la maison des arts, Paris. 

Valse geacieuse ; de B. Mauceri [of 
Italy] op. 7, arr. par C. Bonsignore 
[of Italy] ; orch. [2295 

© Jan. 7, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 441598; Baldassare Mau- 
ceri, Brooklyn. 

Valse ideale; by Charles W. Bailey 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2296 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 

E 442417; Louis Better music co., 

St. Louis. 

Valse in E minoe. See Chopin 
(Frederic Francois) 

Valse poeme; by Edward E. Menses 

[of U. S.] op. 5; piano. [2297 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 

1919; E 441784; Shattinger piano 

& music co., St. Louis. 

Valse eomantique; de D. de Severac, 
arr. par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[2298 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 22, 

1919; E 435629; Rouart, Lerolle et 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Vanished (The) aemy, they nevee 
die; march, by Kenneth J. Alford 
[of England], arr. by Adolf Lot- 
ter; orch., piano conductor. 4to. 

[2299 

© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435723; Hawkes & son, London. 

march poetique, by Kenneth J. 

Alford [of England] ; piano. Paris, 

E. Salabert. [2300 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435726; Hawkes & son, London. 

Ve spojeni sila sokolsky pochod 
(In union our strength) ; march, 
arr. by A. Grill [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Orch.— 2. Band. [2301, 2302 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
17, 1919; E 441357, 441358; Jos. 
Jiran, Chicago. 

Velocity studies; by S. Cambria [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
mand. [2303 

© Feb. 3, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919; 
E 442363 ; Stellario Cambria, New 
York. 



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2321 



Venice, I'm coming back to you; 
words and music by Anton P. Sei- 
bilia [of U. S.] [2304 

© Jan. 24. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 4420G4; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Vent (Le) ; valse, by Richard P. 
Hammond [of U. S.] op. 6, no. 3; 
piano. [2305 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 442060; Composer's music 
Corp., New York. 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Celeste Aida; from 
the opera Aida, by G. Verdi, tr. by 
Emile De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano, B 
flat. [2306 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442408; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Miserere; from the opera II 

trovatore, by G. Verdi, trans, by Emile 
De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. [2307 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442409; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Quartet; from the opera Rigo- 

letto, by G. Verdi, trans, by Emile 

. De Bar [of U. S.] ; piano. [2308 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442411; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Vere languoees (Surely He hath 
borne our griefs) ; motet, English 
tr. and adaptation by Winfred 
Douglas [of U. S.], music by 
Thomas Ludovicus Victoria, ed. by 
Kurt Schindler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Spanish sacred mo- 
tets, no. 3) [2309 
© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 442200 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and editing] 

Very (The) best thing that ever 
came from the south was the 
train that was going North ; 
words by Will J. Hart, music by 
Edward G. Nelson [of U. S.] 

[2310 
© Dec. 24, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 439928; F. B. Havilaml 
pub. co., New York. 

Victorious sons of America; words 
and music by Grace Hamilton Mor- 
rey [of U. S.] [2311 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 441485; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 



Victorious we are coming back 
again ; words by F. G. Burns, music 
by Raymond F. Schoen [of U. S.l 

[2312 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1919; E 439399; Frank G. Burns, 
Milwaukee. 

Victor's (The) parade; part-song, re- 
arr. with new text by R. L. Her- 
man [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
(Octavo series, no. 736) [2313 

© Jan. 20. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919 ; E 442007 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on re-arrangement with new text] 

Victory ; lvric bv R. Bird, music by 
R. A. Brown [of U. S.] [2314 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442341; 
Rosellette Bird, Beaver Dam, Wis. 

words by J. L. Crossett, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2315 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919 ; E 441180 ; J. 
L. Crossett, Hinsdale, Mass. 

words by M. G. Kleinz. music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2316 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441248; 
Margaret G. Kleinz, Philadelphia. 

words by M. Pahlow, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2317 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441727; 
Mayme Pahlow, Ashtabula, O. 

words by S. V. Kellerman, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2318 
© 1 c. Jon. 9, 1919; E 441165; 
Stella V. Kellerman, Washington. 

Victory at last ; words by H. J. Gris- 
wold, music bv W. E. Brown [of 
U. S.] [2319 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1918 ; 
E 439067; Henry J. Griswold and 
William Edwin Brown, New Haven. 

Victory (The) bells; fox-trot, by A. 
Piza, jr. [of Chile, S. A., domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; piano. 12mo. 

[2320 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 442423; 
Alfredo Piza, jr., Brooklyn. 

words and music by Albert W. 

Ketelbev [of England] : in E flat. 

[2321 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 
E 435514; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 



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Victory (The) bells — Continued. 

words and music by Frances Bed- 
ford Chapin [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice. [2322 
© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 442143; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Victory (The) is won ; words by I. M. 
Cearfoss, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2323 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442322 ; Ida 
M. Cearfoss, Cincinnati. 

V-I-C-T-O-R-Y MEANS THE WORLD IS FREE ; 

words by M. E. Aken, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2324 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441137; 
Myrtle E. Aken, Murphysboro, 111. 

Victory (The) song; words and music 
by L. Kuenster [of U. S.] [2325 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 4393S4; 
Laura Kuenster, Caseville, Wis. 

words and music by M. A. Ent- 

wistle [of U. S.] New York, F. B. 
Haviland pub. co. [232G 

© Dec. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 439931 ; Martha A. Entwistle, Fair- 
view, N. J. 

words by A. E. S. Sanford, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2327 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1919; E 439874; 
Avis E. Stearns-Sanford, Gladstone, 
Mich. 

Victory songs of the U. S. A. ; new 
and appropriate poems adapted to 
old familiar and popular songs, by J. 
Lincoln Hall [of U. S.] 8vo. [2328 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. and aff. Jan. 
15, 1919; A 510415; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Victory through prayer; words and 
music by S. B. Wilson [of U. S.] 
8vo. [2329 

© Dec. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439606 ; Sara Booth Wilson, Wil- 
mington, Del. 

Victory's song; words by Mrs. M. E. 
H.' Ruffin, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [2330 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442081; 
Mrs. M. E. Henry-Ruffin, New 
Orleans. 

Victory's voices; words by R. Leigh, 

music by E. Marzo [of U. S.] [2331 

© 1 c Feb. 5, 1919; E 442361; 

Ralph Leigh and Eduardo Marzo, 

New York. 



V:e (La) (Life) ; words by Celeste 
Wilbur, music by Florence Parr Gere 
[of U. S.] ; high voice. [2332 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 
E 441355; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Vie d' artiste ; de Johann Straus, para- 
phrase sur des themes de la valse. 
par Theo. Henrion [of Belgium] : 
piano. [2333 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 435770; 
Ina Henrion, Montreal, Canada. 

Vienas zodis ne sneka ; words by 
Antanas Jakstas, music by Stasys 
Simkus [of Russia, domiciled at Chi- 
cago, 111.] 4to. (Chorams dainos, 
Lithuanian choral music, serija no. 
2, no. 21) [2334 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919; 
E 442290 ; Xavier Strumskis, Brook- 
lyn. 

Vieni, mon tresor ; versi di Eduardo 
Scala, musica di E. Cannio [of 
Italy] ; mandolino e canto. 4to. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [2335 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435640 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Violinist's popular repertoire ; col- 
lection of miscellaneous pieces, com- 
piled and ed. by Preston Ware Orem 
[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. [2336 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439967; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
compiling and editing] 

Virgin's (The) plaint (Cant de la 
verge) ; from an old Spanish mystery 
play, English version by Deems Tay- 
lor and K. Schindler [of U. S.], 
music after the notation of Felip 
Pedrell, by Kurt Schindler, op. 20; 
mixed voices, sop. solo and harp or 
piano ace. 4to. (Spanish choral 
ballads, no. 13286) . [2337 

© Dec. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30. 1918 ; 
E 440818; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and editing] 

Same. sop. (Spanish sacred 

and secular songs, no. 2) [2338 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1918 ; 
E_ 440822; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translat- 
ing and arrangement] 



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2356 



Visions ; by Harold Wallis |of Ens- 
land] op. 16; piano. Contents: — 1. 
Days gone by. — 2. A Lonely forest 
maiden. — 3. The Prince's serenade. — 
4. A Fairy ring. — 5. Alone. [2339 
© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435521 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Vivee libre ; marche beige, paroles de 
L. Bousquet, mnsiqne de Henry 
Mailfait [of France] ; piano et 
chant. [2340 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 29. 1919 ; 
E 435659; Louis Bousquet, Paris. 

Voice (The) of McConnell; selec- 
tion, by George M. Cohan [of U. S.], 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2341 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442004 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Volunteer (The) ; words by T. A. 

Malloy, melody by Luther A. Clark 

[of U. S.] [2342 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439706; 

Thos. A. Malloy, Waterloo, la. 

Volunteers (The) of the U. S. A.; 

words and melody by G. Ziegler [of 

U. S.] [2343 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441438; 

Geo. Ziegler, Pottsville, Pa. 

Vous ne passerez pas ; chanson patrio- 
tique, paroles de Bruyant Alexandre, 
musique de Georges Grecourt. [of 
France] ; piano et chant. [2344 

© Dec. 18, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; 
E 435472; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Wagner (Richard) Evening star; 
from Tannhauser, by R. Wagner, 
transcribed by Emile De Bar [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2345 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442407; Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 

Wait (Attendez) ; eelebre melodie 
anglaise de Guy D'Hardelot, arr. 
par S. Chapel ier [of France] ; orch. 
et piano conducteur. 4to. [2346 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435585; Chappell & cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Wait and see; words and melody by 
Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Mor- 
gan [of U. S.] [2347 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 439997; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 



Waiting ; words and music by B. Sher- 
man [i. e. B. S. Uhlf elder,' of U. S.] 

[2348 
© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441612 ; Blanche Sherman Uhlfel- 
der, New York. 

Waiting for the boys ; words and 
music by F. M. Hawes [of U. S.] 

[2349 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439600; Fred. M. Hawes, Rock- 
land, Mass. 

Waiting little soldier boy; words 
and music by C. Kranz and G. Brax- 
ton [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. J. Carle 
[of U. S.] [2350 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442134; 
Charles Kranz and George Braxton, 
New York. 

Waltz — serenade; souvenir a Delibes, 
by Ellis Levy [of U. S.] op. 19. no. 
2 ; violin and piano. [2351 

© Dec. 31, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441787 ; Shattinger piano & music 
co., St. Louis. 

Waltzing the scales; by Joe Rosey 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2352 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 442256; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Warneford, V. C. See Three heroes. 

Washington parade ; march, by F. W. 
Brown [of U. S.], arr. by Gallur [of 
U. S.]; piano. [2353 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 442187; 
Frederick Wilson Brown, Alameda, 
Cal. 

Watching the six forty-five; words 
by Jack Foley, music by F. W. Rich- 
mond [of England] London, Her- 
man Darewski music pub. co. [2354 
© Dec. 39, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1919; E 435542; Charles Sheard & 
co., % Herman Darewski music pub. 
co., London. 

Wave on, old flag, o'er land and sea ; 

words by F. M. Herrick, music by J. 

Maude Herrick [of U. S.] [2355 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919; E 441076; 

Francis M. Herrick, Princeton, 111. 

Wave the flag, tho' tattered and 
torn ; words by Mrs. J. E. De Nise, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2356 

© 1 c Jan. 9, 1919; E 441133; 
Mrs. J. E. De Nise, Montreal, Can- 
ada. 



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We all wear clogs ; down in good old 
Lancashire, words and music by Ted 
Le Roy and Fred Richmond [of Eng- 
land] London, Herman Darewski 
music pub. co. [2357 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1919; E 435547; Charles Sheard & 
co., % Herman Darewski music pub. 
co., London. 

We are coming home ; words by Mrs. 

S. M. Hayward, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2358 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441536; 

Mrs. S. M. Hayward, Fresno, Cal. 

We are glad the war is over ; words 

by F. A. Hornbeck, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of IT. S.] [2359 

© 1 c. Feb 4, 1919; E 442316; 

F. Allen Hornbeck, Newburgh, N. Y. 

We are going to hitch the Kaiser 
up to drive ; words by R. A. Fleener, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2360 

© 1 c. Jan 13, 1919; E 441229; 
Ralph A. Fleener, Quantico, Va. 

We can fight — and never yield ; 

words and music by E. F. Moore [of 

U. S.] [2361 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439609; 

Eric Frederick Moore, Oakland, Cal. 

We couldn't have heroes over there 
if it wasn't for those heroes over 
here; words by Grant Clarke and 
Howard Johnson, music by Harry 
Jentes [of U. S.] 4to. [2362 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 442072 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. 

We give you all a welcome home; 
words and music by H. V. Coyle [ot 
U. S.], arr. by Harry J. Lincoln. 
Philadelphia, Harry J. Lincoln mu- 
sic co. [2363 
© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22. 
1919 ; E 441481 ; Hugh Vincent Coyle, 
Philadelphia. 

We got by, we're ace high ; words 

and music by H. A. Schaefer [of 

U. S.] [2364 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441501; 

Henry A. Schaefer, Rochester, N. Y. 

We have fought, our dear homeland 
to save; words by O. L. Jones, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2365 

© 1 c. Jan. i3, 1919; E 441223; 
Olive L. Jones, Waupun, Wis. 



We have the power within ; words 
and music by J. M. Sparks [of U. 
S.], arr. by F. A. Clark. [2366 

© Jan 16, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 442108; Jane M. Sparks,. 
Darby, Pa. 

We have whipped old Billy; words 
by O. E. Ghassaway, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2S67 

© 1 c. Jan 9, 1919; E 441128; 
Ogdelonia E. Ghassaway, Mononga- 
hela, Pa. 

We left Old Glory there ; words and 
melody by V. McElree [of U. S.l 

[233S 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441050; 
Viola McElree, Pittsburgh. 

We'll all need forgiveness some, 
day ; words and music by Dave Har- 
ris, Val Trainor and Willie Weston 
[of U. S.] [2369- 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441220; Meyer Cohen mu- 
sic pub. co., inc., New York. 

We'll fly up, up, up in the aero- 
plane; words by L. S. Martin, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[2370- 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441489; 
Lillian S. Martin, Kelvington, Can- 
ada. 

We'll help to wtn the war; words 
and music by T. Vanderhoof [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2371 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27,. 
1919; E 441740; Tessa Vanderhoof, 
Anderson, Ind. 

We made the rand play Yankee 
Doodle in Berlin ; words by J. A. 
Gatzke, music by Wm. A. Collins [of 
Canada] [2372r 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 435730; 
J. A. Gatzke, Wallaceburg, Canada. 

We're coming back to you, Montana; 

words bv H. E. Barbee, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2373 

© 1 c. Jan 9, 1919; E 441140; 

Harvey E Barbee, Byron, Neb. 

We're glad to be in the service ; 
words and music by H. Breeden [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2374 
.© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441340; Henrietta Breeden, 
Philadelphia. 



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2394 



We're New York's Irishmen; words 

by J. Monroe, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2375 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442592; 

James Monroe, Brooklyn. 

We're proud of our Yankee boys ; 

words by B. K. Land, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2376 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441528; 

B. K. Land, Pine Bluffs, Wy. 

We're sailing back to the U. S. A., 
back again to Uncle Sam ; words 
and music by C. E. Harris [of U. S.] 

[2377 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919 ; E 442045 ; Clarence E. Harris, 
Wesley, la. 

We're the girls you left behind; 
words by J. S. Ennis, music by C. P. 
Solomon [of U. S.] Detroit, Mich., 
Solomon's house of music. [2378 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442227; Jennie S. Ennis and C. 
P. Solomon, Detroit. 

We're the Pennsylvania boys ; words 

by E. Barger, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2379 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442308; 

Everette Barger, Greensburg, Pa. 

We sent our boys to France ; words 
by A. Neumeister, music by L. B. 
Starkweather [of U. S.] Rockford, 
111., A. G. Ogren music co. [2380 
© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441862 ; Alice Neumeister, Rock- 
ford, 111. 

We took that flag across and we 
brought it safe back home ; words 
by J. A. Brex, jr., music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2381 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441738; 
J. A. Brex, jr., Newark, N. J. 

We've got the Boches on the run ; 
words and music by J. Downey [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2382 
© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919 ; E 441333 ; Jack Downey, Butte, 
Mont. 
We've planted Old Glory on the 
Rhine; words and music by Mrs. C. 
A. Thoele [of U. S.] [23S3 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441139; 
Mrs. C. A. Thoele, Effingham, 111. 
We welcome our boys home again ; 
words and music by H. Sollott [of 
U. S.] [2384 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1919; E 441035; 
Harry Sollott, Philadelphia. 



We went across the pond boys ; words 
and music by M. D. McKinnon [of 
U. S.] [23S5 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441388; Margaret D. Mc- 
Kinnon, Lincoln, Neb. 

Weary, tired and worn. See David- 
son (Mrs. W. C.) Three songs. 

Weavers of dreamers ; words by M. J. 
Calhoun, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2386 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441123; 
Mina J. Calhoun, Dixmont, Pa. 

Wedding march ; Armenian folk-tune, 
coll. by Haig Gudenian, har. and arr. 
by Howard Brockway [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2387 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442266; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Wedding-song ; words and music by 
Mary Rosa [of U. S.] ; high voice. 

[2388 
© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442279; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 
Welcome back to the good old U. S. 
A. ; words and melody by W. H. 
Grumpelt [of U. S.], arr. bv Armand 
Castle [of U. S.] [2389 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439395; 
William Henry Grumpelt, New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Welcome back to U. S. A. ; words by 
P. M. Paul, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l 

[2390 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439683; 
Phemie M. Paul, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

Welcome home; words and music by 
A. F. Morris [of U. S.], arr. by Har- 
old Shaw [of U. 8.] [2391 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441503; 
Arietta Fleming Morris, Los Angeles. 

words by Martha Wheeler, music 

by F. Barone [of U. S.] [2392 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919 ; E 442113 ; Frank Barone, East 
Boston. 

Welcome home again ; words and mu- 
sic by J. Rosamond Johnson [of U. 
S.] [2393 

© Feb. 10. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442572; T. B. Harms & 
Francis. Day & Hunter, New York. 

Welcome home, boys ; words and music 

bv A. Razafkeriefo [of U. S.], arr. by 

Edward Lux [of U. S.] [2394 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919; E 440977; 

Andrea Razafkeriefo, New York. 



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Welcome home ouk boys of the U. 
S. A. ; words and music by S. L. Gard- 
ner [of U.S.] [2395 
© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 441832; Sarah L. Gardner, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Welcome home, Yankee boys, wel- 
come home; words by F. Frederick, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2396 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441532; 
Frances Frederick, Brooklyn. 

Welcome, oh welcome, my United 
States ; words by G. Walker, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2397 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441G56; 
Gertrude Walker, Tulsa, Okl. 

Welcome, welcome back home again ; 

words by J. S. Gyr, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2398 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; E 442086 ; 

J. S. Gyr, Scranton, Pa. 

West (The) Virginia hills ; words by 
B. F. Backus, music by Roy Hartzell 
[pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. S.] 
Washington, D. C, Publishers' serv- 
ice bureau. [2399 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442450; B. F. Backus, Mt. Nebo, 
W. Va. 

What a position foe me ; from The vel- 
vet lady, words by Henry Blossom, 
music by Victor Herbert [of U. S.] 

[2400 
© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; 
E 439913 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

What do you mean by loving some- 
body ELSE WHEN YOUE LOVE BELONGS 

to me ; words by Sidney D. Mitchell, 
music by Archie Gottler [of U. S.l 
4to. [2401 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919 ; 
E 442073 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

What is the use in ceying ; words by 
M. Keith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U.S.] [2402 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441669; 
Margaret Keith, Pittsford Mills, Vt. 

What should we do without them ; 
war girls, words and music by Harry 
Wincott [of England] London, Her- 
man Darewski music pub. co. [2403 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 435541 ; Charles Sheard & co., c/o 
Herman Darewski music pub. co., 
London. 



When a blue see vice stae tuens to 
gold; quartette, by Casper Nathan 
and Theo. Morse [of U. S.], arr. by 
Stephen O. Jones [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [2404 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441055; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] . 

When I come back ; words and music 
by C. E. Schofield [of U. S.] [2405 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439636; 
Charles E. Schofield, Philadelphia. 

When I come back to Ieeland and 
you; words by D. B. Portnoy, music 
by Harold Dixon [of U. S.] 4to. 

[2406 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 442584; David B. Portnoy, St. 
Louis. 

When I come home; lyric by Leslie 

Coulson, music by Lee Orean Smith 

[of U. S.] [2407 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 

E 439903 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

When I get back home to you ; words 
and music by Anita Owen [of U. S.] 
8vo. [2408 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 442255; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

When I get back to Alabam ; words 
by R. Parker, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2409 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441166; 
Ralph Parker, Litchfield, Minn. 

When I get back to my Ameeican 
Blighty ; quartette, by Arthur 
Fields and Theodore Morse, arr. by 
Stephen O. Jones [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [2410 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 439901 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

When I get back to the U. S. A. ; 
words by M. J. Sluus, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2411 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441668; 
Matthias J. Sluus, Elm wood, Conn. 

When I get theee ; words and music 
by A. Gaetke [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [2412 

© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441746; Arthur Gaetke, Grand 
Rapids, Wis. 



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2430 



When I look at Old Gloey I'll be 
thinking of you; words by J. P. 
Prenderville, melody by Michael Her- 
bat [of U. S.] [2413 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439408; 
John P. Prenderville, Brooklyn. 

When I return to you ; words and 
music by Harold Meander [of U. S.] 

[2414 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 

E 441208 ; C. A. Grimm, inc., Chicago. 

When Ireland comes into her own ; 
words by Jeff Branen, music by Jack 
Stanley [of U. S.] [2415 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 441805 ; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

When Johnny comes marching 

home ; words and music by B. Cham- 

berlin [of U. S.] [2416 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442048 ; Bob Chamberlin, Chicago. 

When liberty is king; words and 
music by Mrs. T. Miller [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2417 

© Jan. 10, 1919 : 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 441339; Mrs. Tyler Miller, Fer- 
nandina, Fla. 

When mother's dream of her soldier 
boy came true ; words by F. E. Prout, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2418 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441554; 
Florence Eileen Prout, Cleveland. 

When my daddy bid goodbye ; words 
and music by M. L. Neale [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2419 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 441347: Maude L. Neale, Omaha, 
Neb. 

When our boys come home ; words by 

Mrs. J. H. Lewis, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2420 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441131; 

Mrs. J. H. Lewis, Louisville. 

When our boys come marching home 

again ; words and music by W. A. 

Zimmerman [of U. S.] [2421 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442602; 

W. A. Zimmerman, Salt Lake City. 

When our hero boys are home in good 
old U. S. A. ; words and music by 
V. C. Casper [of U. S.] Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., E. Humphrey Owen. 

[2422 
© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441629 ; Victor C. Casper, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 



When our troops come home; words 
by C. Alexander, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2423 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441396; 
Carinthia Alexander, Victoria, Can- 
ada. 

When Pershing comes sailing home 
from Europe ; words by G. L. Lyons, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] , [2424 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441403; 
Grace L. Lyons, Pelham, N. Y. 

When Pershing hoists Old Glory in 
Berlin ; words by T. C. Adamson, 
music by O. B. Rogers [of U. S.] 
Macon, Ga., Williams-Guttenberger 
music co. [2425 

© Dec. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 441087; Orrie Belle Rogers, San- 
dersville, Ga. 

When Pershing's men go marching 
into Picardy ; part-song, words by 
Dana Burnet, music by James H. 
Rogers, arr. by Homer B. Hatch [of 
U. S.] ; mens' voices. 4to. [2426 

© Jan. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1919 ; 
E 439953; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

When shadows darkly gather ; hymn- 
anthem, words anon., music by Ed- 
uardo Marzo [of U. S.] op. 153; 
women's voices. 4to. (Series of 
anthems for women's voices, no. 
502.) [2427 

© Jan. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439602; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

When the boys come back from over 
there ; words by C. W. Ader, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2428 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441246; 
Chas. W. Ader, New York. 

When the boys come home; words 
by John Hay, music by Frances 
Allitsen, arr. by Boosey & co. [of 
Great Britain] ; in E flat. [2429 

© Dec. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 11, 1918 ; 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1919 ; E 434939 ; Boosey 
& co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed in revision] 

When the boys come home again; 

words by L. V. J. Denny, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2430 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441705; 

Leo. V. J. Denny, Buffalo. 



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When the boys come marching home ; 

words by C. A. Isbell, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2431 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441144; 

Chas. A. Isbell, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

When the boys get back to the U. S. 

A ; words by C. E. McCoy, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2432 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441540; 

Carl E. McCoy, Indianapolis. 

When the boys in khaki landed over 

there ; words by E. Shelt, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2433 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441719; 

Ella Shelt, Canton, O. 

When the boys in khaki went thro' 
Germany ; words by Mrs. W. K. 
Blackburn, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2434 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441250; 
Mrs. W. K. Blackburn, Coatesville, 
Pa. 

When the boys return ; words by E. 
A. Ryan, music by Harold V. Pym 
[of Canada] [2435 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435755 ; Ernest A. Ryan, Toronto, 
Canada. 

When the candle lights are gleam- 
ing IN YOUR DEAR OLD HOME SWEET 

home; words and music by A. G. 
Botts [of U. S.], arr. by Edgar W. 
Hunt [of U. S.] [2436 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442158; 
Adelbert Gordon Botts, Baltimore. 

When the cherry blossoms fall, love 
is love; from The royal vagabond, 
words by Wm. Cary Duncan, music 
by Anselm Goetzl [of Austria] 

[2437 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 435772 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [2437 

When the eagle screams above with 
victory ; words by C. W. Key, melody 
by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [2438 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439689; 
Charles W. Key, Craf ton, Pa. 

When the homeward bound ships 
cross the sea ; words by H. H. Olsen, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington Tof 
U. S.l [2439 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441734; 
Hetty Huntington Olsen, Fort Atkin- 
son, Wis. 



When the loved one returns to the 
fold; words and music by E. Leon- 
ard, Don Crarey and T. Neun [of 
Great Britain], arr. by Edw. W. 
Miller. [2440 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 435614; Ted Neun & Eddie Leon- 
ard, Toronto, Canada. 

When the narcissus blooms, my 
Irish Rose, I'll return to thee; 
words and music by V. Campin [of 
TJ. S.], arr. by Frank Barry music 
co. [of U. S.] [2441 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1918; E 441584; 
Veronica Campin, Chicago. 

When the Robert Emmett comes a- 
sailtn' down the Shannon on St. 
Patrick's day; words by Bobby 
Jones, music by Lynn Cowan [of U. 
S.] [2442 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 442258; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

When the roses bloom ; words by V. 

Scales, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2443 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442605; 

Viola Scales, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

When the roses bloom in summer; 
words by Albert J. Guckiean, music 
by Louis R. Strong [of U. S.] 2444 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442435; Fountain music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 

When the sun shines bright at 

home; words and music by G. R. 

Benton [of U. S.] [2445 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441713; 

Geo. R. Benton, Philadelphia. 

When the thoughts of home were 
dearest; words by H. J. Hamman, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [2446 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441688; 
Harrie J. Hamman, Waterloo, Ind. 

When the U. S. band plays Dixie in 
Berlin ; words by H. Martin Snow, 
music by D. Durgin Lash [of U. S.] 

[2447 
© Dec. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1919 ; 
E 441085 ; Harriet M. Snow and De 
Witt D. Lash, Chicago. 

When the war is over ; words bv F. E. 
Atkins, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2448 

* © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 442305 ; F. 
E. Atkins, Metamore, Mich. 



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When the world is upside down; 
from The royal vagabond, words by 
Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Anselm 
Goetzl [of Austria] [2449 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 435696 ; M. Witinark & sons, New 
York. 

When the world sang Yankee Doodle 

do ; words by R. W. Wood, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2450 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; E 441491 ; Roy 

W. Wood, Carbon Hill, Ala. 

When the Yanks come home; words 

by E. F. Peetz, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2451 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441273; 

Ernest F. Peetz, Utica, N. Y. 

When the Yanks march in old Ber- 
lin ; words by W. M. Taggart, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2452 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441187; 

Winifred M. Taggart, La Grande, Or. 

When they hold that old re-union 
down in Dixie : words and melody 
by E. F. Jones [of U. S.l 4to. 

[2453 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; E 442339 ; Ed- 
win Francis Jones, New York. 

When they're beautiful, they're 
bound to get by ; words and melody 
by Grant Clarke, Milton Ager and 
Geo. W. Meyer [of U. S.], arr. by G. 
W. Meyer. [2454 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 439995; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

When those Mason-Dixon minstrels 
hit the town; from Hello Alexan- 
der, lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by 
Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] [2455 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919] 
E 442176; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

When we march into Berlin; words 
and music by H. La Beau [of U. S.] 

[2456 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441712; 
Henri La Beau, Mona, Mont. 

When we put an Irish Kaiser in the 
palace over there ; words by K. Kel- 
ly, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2457 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441127; 
King Kelly, Watertown, N. Y. 



When we welcome our boys back 
home ; victory march song, words by 
Ralph Abell, music by Leon Rundell 
[of U. S.] [2458 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 
E 441377; Elk music co., Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 

When will my dad come home ; words 
bv E. Hassell, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2459 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441412; 
Erika Hassell, Chicago Heights, 111. 

When yo' comin' back to me ; or, I jes' 
know I can't behave, words and mu- 
sic by Jim Lockhart [of U. S.l 

[2460 

© Jan. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
E 439846 ; Jas. C. Lockhart, Dayton, 
O. 

When you break the news to mother 
tell her our side is on the top *, 
words and music by M. Robinson [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2461 

© Jan. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441763; Marie Robinson, Free- 
port, Pa. 

W^HEN YOU'RE NOBODY'S SOLDIER-BOY ; 

words by H. Bernardo, music by 
Harry E. Webb [of U. S.] Buffalo, 
N. Y.. Songcraft co. [2462 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439857 ; H. E. Webb, Buffalo. 

When you see another sweetie hang- 
ing AROUND THAT'S THE TIME YOU'LL 

want to come back to me ; words by 
Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music 
by Walter Donaldson [of U. S.] 

[2463 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 442392; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Where can you find a girl like the 
one you found at home; words by 
Phil Ponce, music by Ethel Fernan- 
dez [of U. S.] [2464 

© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 442254 ; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 

Where is heaven, grandma dear; 

words by C. J. Keesee, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [2465 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1919; E 441490; 

Chas. J. Keesee, Dayton, O. 



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Where the dear old Utah moon is 
shining ; words and music by N. O, 
Catmull [of U. S.] Salt Lake City. 
Utah, Catmull & Ostler. [2466 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 442379; N. Owen Catmull, Chat- 
tanooga. 

Where the old Ohio is flowing; 

words and music by J. R. Sillince [of 

U. S.] [2467 

© Jan. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 

E 441937; Jas. It. Sillince, Lima, O. 

Where the old Spring River flows; 
words and music by Carson W. 
White [of U. S.] [2468 

© Feb 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442388 ; Carson W. White pub. co., 
Carl Junction, Mo. 

While I sleep; words by Bernard L. 

Grossman, music by A. F. Lada and 

Joseph V. Cawley [of U. S.] [2469 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 442428; 

Anton F. Lada, New York. 

While o'er the world the hush of 

night; words and music by G. E. 

Baxter [of U. S.] [2470 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 439645; 

George E. Baxter, Somerville, Mass. 

While the soft breezes sigh ; words 
and music by R. A. Roberts [of Can- 
ada, domiciled at St. Louis, Mo. J 
St. Louis, Mo., Roberts music co. 

[2471 
© Jan. 1, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919; 
E 440933 ; Ralph Alfred Roberts, St, 
Louis. 

Who dare laugh at America now ; 
words by Lula Schwitzgebel, melody 
by M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. 
Robinson, of U. S.] [2472 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439685; 
Lula Schwitzgebel, Portland, Or. 

Who's goin' to miss you, when you're 
gone ; words and music by William 
Field and W. A. Clapsadle [of U. 
S.], arr. by W. A. Clapsadle. [2473 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 439633; 
William Arthur Clapsadle, Los An- 
geles. 

Who's the boss to-day boys ; words by 
F. Grotts, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2474 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442484; 

F. Grotts, Chicago. 
Who won the war? Uncle Sam's 

boys and girls ; words and music 
by J. Carl, sr. [of U. S.], arr. by 

G. N. Thurn [of U. S.] [2475 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; E 442377 ; 

Julius Carl, sr., Chicago. 

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Who wouldn't, for a girl like you; 
words by Clyde Nathaniel Kramer, 
music by P. Hans Flath [of U. S.] 
4to. [2476 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 439977; Knickerbocker music co., 
Dayton, O. 

Whoso dwelleth in the secret place ; 
words from psalm xci : 1, 5-7, 11, 12, 
music by Faith Helen Rogers [of U. 
S.] ; high voice. [2477 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 441895; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Why did you worry, mother; words 
by E. Hauser, melody by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2478 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439686; 
Elva Hauser, St. Louis. 

Why do I pine and pray; words and 
music by G. Hubbard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2479 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; 
E 441741; Grace Hubbard, Omaha, 
Neb. 

Why do you doubt me dearie ; words 
by J. W. Medlen and D. Kohn, music 
by Carl Zerse [of U. S.] St. Louis, 
Mo., International music co. [2480 
© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; 
E 442424; J. W. Medlen and Dave 
Kohn, St. Louis. 
Why do you keep on teasing when 
you never want to kiss ; words and 
melody by C. Lapham [of U. S.] 

[2481 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1918; E 442138; 
Claude Lapham, New York. 

Why don't my daddy come back; 

words by W. Gabel, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2482 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919 ; E 441665 ; 

William Gabel, Dayton, O. 

Why I came back to you; words by 
M. Paul, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2483 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441543; 
Marion Paul, Chicago. 

Why I love you ; words by M. F. Hall, 

melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, Of U. S.] [2484 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441878; 

Marjorie F, Hall, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Why Johnny joined the army ; words 

and music by G. K. Penman fof 

U. S.] [2485 

© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1919; E 441177; 

Geo. K. Penman, Seattle. 






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no. 2, 1919 



2502 



Why not smile ; words by J. M. Lewis. 

melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2486 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439694; 

Josephine M. Lewis, Racine, Wis. 

Why not stay in Indiana ; words and 
music by N. A. Bauer [of U. S.] ; 
harmonized and arr. by E. J. Gat- 
wood. Indianapolis, Ind., Richard 
Lawrence co. [2487 

© Dec. 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442224; Nicholas A. Bauer, In- 
dianapolis. 

Why should I cake ; words by Nicholas 
J. Litras, music by Ellen Olson [of 
U. S.] [2488 

© Jan. 2. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919 ; 
E 440931 ; Broad & Market music co., 
Newark, N. J. 

Wild honey ; fox trot and song, on an 
old air, by Lee David [of U. S.] 
New York, Standard editions. 

[2489 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 442364 ; Gilbert & Friedland, inc., 
New York. 

Wild (The) ride; part-song, words 
by Louise Imogen Guiney, music by 
Bryceson Treharne [of England, 
domiciled at New York] ; men's 
voices. 4to. [2490 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442282; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Will you be as true to me as I wnx 
be to you ; words by R. Thomas, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[2491 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13. 1919 ; 
E 441329; R. Thomas, Hamilton, 
Canada. 

Will you love me in my civic suit as 

YOU DID IN MY UNIFORM ; WOl'dS by 

E. Stuart, melody by F. Stuart [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harry Alfred [of 
U. S.] [2492 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 442358; 
Evelyne and Frances Stuart, Chi- 
cago. 

Will you love me when I'm old; 
words by A. W. Mackay, melody by 
M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [2493 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 441876; 
Anna Wilson Mackay, Chicago. 



Wilson; words by E. A. Lampkins, 

melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2491 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439704 

E. A. Lampkins, Nogales, Ariz. 

Wilson against Wilhelm ; words by 
N. Fewings, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2495 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441322; Norma Fewings, 
Plover, Wis. 

Wilson, democracy and the Red, 
White and Blue; words and music 
by W. H. Hollingsworth [of U. S.l 

[2496 

© Jan. 18, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1919; E 441580; Wm. H. Hollings- 
worth, Camp Funston, Kan. 

Wind (The) up; words by T. H. Han- 
son, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [2497 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442220; 
T. Howard Hanson, Petal uma, Cal. 

Windows of my soul ; words by L. V. 
Washington, music by Terry Young 
[of U. S.] [2498 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1919; E 442603; 
Lula V. Washington, Bessemer, Ala. 

Winning (The) side; words by Al- 
fred Barratt, music by J. M. Black 
[of U. S.] 8vo. [2499 

© Dec. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1919; E 442453; James M. Black, 
Williamsport, Pa. 

Witches ; from Century midnight 
whirl, words by Joseph McCarthy 
and John Henry Mears, music by 
Harry Tierney [of U. S.] [2500 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919 ; E 441822 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc., New York. 

With the colors; march and one 
step, by Louis Panella [of U. S.] ; 
piano, grade HI-IV. [2501 

© Jan. 15. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1919; E 442210; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Without you dear ; words and music 
by R. B. Brown [of U. S.] [2502 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 441487; Robert Bertrand 
Brown, New York. 



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Wohlfahrt (Franz) 40 elementary 
exercises; by F. Wohlfahrt, op. 54, 
rev. and ed. by Hans Artok [of 
Great Britain] ; violin. (Augener's 
edition no. 793G) [2503 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435507; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
iting.] 

Wolf (The) and the lamb; Arme- 
nian folk dance, coll. by Haig Gude- 
nian, bar. and arr. by Howard 
Brockway [of U. S.] ; piano. [2504 

© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1919; E 442265; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Women or the homeland; quar- 
tette, by Bernard Hamblen, arr. by 
Lee Orean Smith [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [2505 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
1919; E 441061; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Wonder girl; lyric, by C. Kranzi, mel- 
ody by T. A. Hammid [of U. S.], 
arr. by Wm. J. Carle [of U. S.] 

[2506 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919; E 442101; 
Charles Kranz and Tauscha Abdul 
Hammid, New York. 

Wonderful world of romance; by 
Haydn Wood [of Great Britain] ; 
orch. 4to. [2507 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1919 ; E 435475 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Won't you be m-i-n-e, mine; words 
by S. M. Smoley, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2508 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441141; 
Stanley M. Smoley, Chicago. 

Won't you be my honey girl; words 
by M. Speer, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2509 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442300; 
Maud Speer, Memphis, Tenn. 

Won't you take a chance; from As 
you were, lyric by Harry Williams, 
music by Leo Flanders [of U. S.] 

[2510 

© Feb. 6, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442588; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 



Won't you welcome me home some 
day; words by J. B. Croswhite, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2511 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441700; 
James B. Croswhite, Clark, Mo. 

Woodland breezes ; blossom time, trio, 
words by Henry Housley [of U. S.], 
music by Philipp Weiser, adapted 
and arr. by Henry Housley; wom- 
en's voices. (Octavo series, no. 
734) [2512 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441627 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation and arrangement] 

Woodland violet. See Country 
thoughts. 

Woodrow Wilson is now the boss; 
words by M. Morris, melody by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] [2513 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1919; E 439703; 
Mrs. Mildred Morris, Myton, Utah. 

Word (A) of love; intermezzo, bv E. 
F. Geoghegan [of U. S.] ; pf. [2514 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; E 441893 ; Ed. 
F. Geoghegan, New York. 

World (The) cannot forget what 
you have done ; words by E. Dough- 
erty, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2515 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441725; 
Ed. Dougherty, McKees Rocks, Pa. 

World (The) for democracy; mili- 
tary march, by M. E. De Graff [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Binghamton, N. Y., 
Conservatory pub. co. [2516 

© Jan 29. 1919; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1919; E 442129; M. E. De Graff, 
Binghamton, N. Y. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision and arrange- 
ment] 

World (The) is at peace once more; 
words and music by F. Schmidt [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2517 
© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
]919; E 441774; Frieda Schmidt, 
Hugo, Minn. . 

World (The) is full of troubles; 
words and music by C. D. Feltham 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [2518 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441768; Cecil De Lancy 
Feltham, Providence, R. I. 



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no. 2, 1919 



2537 



Woeld (The) is simply mad on uni- 
form ; from Owing to the war, words 
by Stanley Meredith, parody and 
music by K. Handyside [of Canada] 
Toronto, W. R. Draper. [2519 

© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435754; Keith Handyside, Lon- 
don, Canada. 

World (The) that I bihlt for you; 
words by Harold Simpson, music by 
Westell Gordon [of England] ; in 
E flat. [2520 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435512; Newman pub. co. 
ltd., London. 

World's (The) happiest day; words 
and music by E. Freed [of U. S.] 

[2521 

© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1918; E 441071; 
Ethel Freed, Brooklyn. 

World's (The) jubilee; words by 

John F. Howard, music by R. H. 

Woodman [of U. S.] [2522 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1919; E 439999; 

R. Huntington Woodman, Brooklyn. 

World's (The) only Star-Spangled 
Banner ; words by F. F. Rinz, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[2523 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 442218; 
Fdk. F. Rinz, Sanborn, N. Y. 

V Y " ; words by Arthur Guiterman, 
music by C. Irving Valentine [of U. 
S.] New York, Association press. 

[2524 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 
E 441449; International committee 
of Y. M. C. A., New York. 

Yakima ; rag two-step, by J. B. Mitch- 
ell [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[2525 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442069; 

John Battiste Mitchell, Wallace, Id. 

Yankee ; words and music by A. 
Thomas [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [2526 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441343; Arnold Thomas, 
Rawlins, Wy. 

Yank.ee boy ; words and music by 
Richard Kissenger [i. e., H. D. Kis 
senger, of U. S.], arr. by Jean Dore 
[of U. S.] [2527 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441897; 
Herman Dick Kissenger, Kansas 
City, Mo. 



Yankee boy we're standing back of 
you ; words and music by M. David- 
son [of U. S.] [2528 
© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 441856; Mary Davidson, San An- 
tonio. 

Yankee boy — Yankee boy mine ; words 
and music by J. Cooper [of U. S.] 

[2529 
© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 441284; Jay Cooper, Tellu- 
ride, Col. 

Yankee (The) boys are coming; 

words by A. E. Fate, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2530 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439397; 

Amy E Fate, Glendale, Cal. 

Yankee (The) division march; by 
Oliver E. Story [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Boston, D. W. Cooper music co. 

[2531 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 

1919; E 441279; David W. Cooper, 

Boston. 

Yankee (The) of 1918; words and 

music by Cassie Hall [i. e., S. C. H. 

Hall, of U. S.] [2532 

© Oct. 16, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 27, 

1918; E 441587; Sarah Catharine 

Hill Hall, Park Ridge, N. J. 

Yankee (The) on the Kaiser's 
track ; words by W. H. Smith, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

[2533 

© Dec. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919 ; 

E 441321 ; W. H. Smith, Kansas City, 

Kan. 

Yankee pep; words and music by E. 

D. Armer [of U. S.], arr. by Homer 

Tourjee [of U. S.] [2534 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441436; 

Elizabeth D. Armer, Los Angeles. 

Yankee's (The) turned the tide; 

words by L. A. Cobane, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2535 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 441411; 

Lydia A. Cobane, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Yankees (The) have been there; 
words and music by W. W. Francis 
[of Australia, domiciled at San 
Francisco] San Francisco. Thomas 
Cope pub. co. [2536 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 441827 ; W. W. Francis, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Yanks (The) ; words and music by 

M. D. Beiswinger [of U. S.] [2537 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441715; 

Marie Duncan Beiswinger, Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa. 



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2538 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Yanks (The) all tRx\vel on roller 
skates ; words by F. G. Sawhill, mu- 
sic by Kathryn I. White [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Pittsburgh, 
Pa.] Cincinnati, Willis music co. 

[2538 

© Dec. 24, 1918; 1 c. Dec. 27, 

1918; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1919; E 442111; 

Franklin Clark Sawhill, Midway, Pa. 

Yanks and tanks ; words by J. K. 
Dexter, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2539 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 441555; 
Jennie K. Dexter, Mooreland, Okl. 

Yanks (The) are coming home; 
words by G. M. Sattes, music by 
Robert H. Brennen [of U. S.] [2540 
© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
E 439860; Geo. M. Sattes, Steuben- 
ville, O. 

Yanks (The) farewell; words by M. 

Stice, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2541 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441670; 

Myrtle Stice, Keokuk, la. 

Yellow (The) bird; words by James 
Whitcomb Riley, music by L. K. 
Marshall [of U. S.] [2542 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919; E 441371; 
Lois Kortlander Marshall, Ann Ar- 
bor. 

Yes ! the Redeemer rose ; Easter an- 
them, words from the Bible and P. 
Doddridge, music by Orlando A. 
Mansfield [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 1266) 

[2543 
© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441628; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Yesterday and yotj; words and music 
by F. E. Porter [of U. S.] [2544 

© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1918; E 437555; 
Frederic Ewing Porter, Lowell. 

Yeux couleur du temps. See Mali- 
pi ero (G. Francesco) Cinq melo- 
dies. 

You and the U. S. A., moonlight; 

words bv I. B. Brown, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] J2545 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442478; 

Ida Brown, Pocatello, Id. 

You are my heart's desire ; intro. 
I'm alone, words by C. Kranz, melo- 
dy by author and T. A. Hammid [of 
U. S.], arr. by Wm. J. Carle [of U. 
S.] [2546 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 442136; 
Charles Kranz and Tausha Abdul 
Hammid, New York. 



You are the sunshine of my days; 

words by L. Ver Vers, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2547 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441728; 

Leona Ver Vers, Newark, N. J. 

You are welcome back at home sweet 
home; words and music by Gordon 
V. Thompson [of Canada] 4to. 

[2548 
© Feb. 5. 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 435775 ; Thompson pub. co., Toron- 
to, Canada. 

YOU BETTER WATCH OUT OLD KAISER 
WlLHELM, THE RED DEVIL' S AFTER 

you; words and music by R. Kitt 
[of U. S.] [2549 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1919; E 441093; 
Rudolph Kitt, Napa, Cal. 

YOU CANNOT SHAKE THAT SHIMMIE 

here ; words by Gill Wells, music by 
Van and Schenck [of U. S.] [2550 
© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919; E 441602; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

YOU CAN'T BLAME THE GIRLIES AT ALL, 
THEY ALL WANT TO MARRY A SOLDIER ; 

words by Alex. Gerber, music by 
Abner Silver [of U. S.] [2551 

© Jan. 19, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1919; E 442186; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

YOU CAUGHT ME, BUT I CAUGHT YOU; 

words and music by F. Adams [of 
U. S.] [2552 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1919; E 440932; 
Frank Adams, Philadelphia. 

YOU COULD STOP A HEART FROM PTNING ; 

E. Vollmer, jr., music by James Voll- 
mer [of U. S.] [2553 

© 1 c. Jon. 23, 1919; E 439982; 
Edward Vollmer, jr., Philadelphia. 

YOU KNOW WHY I AM LONELY; WOrdS 

by S. Lewis, melody by Alex Be- 
lardez [of U. S.] . [2554 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1919; E 439381; 
Sam Lewis, San Quentin, Cal. 

You'll always be the same sweet- 
heart to me; words and music by 
C. B. Weston [of U. S.] [2555 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1919 ; E 439998 ; Charles B. Weston, 
Brooklyn. 

You'll find old Dixieland in 
France; quartet, by Grant Clarke 
and Geo. W. Meyer [of U. S.], arr. 



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no. 2, 1919 



2571 



You'll find old Dixieland in 
France — Continued. 
by Stephen O. Jones [of U. S.l ; 
male voices. 4to. [2556 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 6, 
3919; E 441053; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

YOU MAY HAVE A LONG TIME TO WAIT 
DEAR BUT SOME DAY I'LL COME BACK 

to you; words and music by Z. Z. 
Walker [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [2557 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441742; Zola Zembra Wal- 
ker, Princeton, W. Va. 

YOU MEAN ALL THAT AND MORE TO ME ; 

words and music by Al. Piantadosi 
[of U. S.] [2558 

© Feb. 3, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1919; E 442156; Al. Piantadosi & 
co., inc., New York. 

You needn't try to bluff your Uncle 
Sammy; words and music by M. G. 
Hill [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [2559 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 441751; Marjorie G. Hill, 
Erie, Pa. 

YOU NEVER FOUND A PARTNER TO CON- 
QUER Uncle Sam ; words and music 
by L. E. Miller [of U. S.] Sedalia, 
Mo., A. W. Perry's sons. [2560 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441353; Laura E. Miller, 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

You're an old sweetheart of mine; 
by N. A. Bnuer [of U. S.], arr. by 
E. J. Gatwood [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [2561 

© Jan. 4, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919; 
E 439S50; Nicholas A. Bauer, Co- 
lumbus, O. 

words and music by N. A. Bauer 

[of U. S.] Indianapolis, Ind., 
Richard Lawrence co. [2562 

© Dec. 12, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1919 ; E 442225 ; Nicholas A. Bauer, 
Indianapolis. 

You're coming back ; words and 
music by E. F. Stanton [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2563 

© Jan. 10, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 441345; E. F. Stanton, 
Richmond. 



You're living right next door to 
heaven when you live in dixie- 
LAND ; from Hello Alexander, words 
by Alfred Bryan, music by Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.] [2564 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919; E 442178; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

You're more than all the world to 
me since you fought to win the 
war; words by S. Metzger, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2565 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1919; E 441718; 
Stella Metzger, Harrisburg, Pa. 

You're the dawn of a new world to 
me; words by W. L. Beardsley, 
music by Phillip Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [2566 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1919 ; E 441365 ; C. C. Church & co., 
Hartford. 

You're the fairest little daisy that 

GROWS IN THE GARDEN J WOrdS by 

L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Kerry 
Mills [of U. S.] [2567 

© Jan. 17, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1919; E 441374; Gilbert & Fried- 
land, inc., New York. 

YOU SENT ME AWAY WITH A SMILE, 

mother dear; words by A. W. Jac- 
obsen, music by E. S. S. Huntinscton 
[of U. S.] [2568 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442298; 
Arthur W. Jacobsen, Fanwood, N. J. 

YOU WERE A PURE WHITE LILY; WOrdS 

and music by W. Courtney [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2569 

© Jan. 21, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1919 ; E 441771 ; W. Courtney, Ran- 
toul, 111. 

YOU WERE THE KIND OF SON DEAR, THAT 

I hoped you'd be; words by R. E. 
Nelson, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2570 

© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1919 ; E 441298 ; Rose E. Nelson, Des 
Moines. 

Young man ; from See you later, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music 
by Jean Schwartz [of U. 3.] [2571 

© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1919; E 441838; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14, no. 2, 1919 



Tour favorite songs; over 125 fa- 
miliar songs, compiled by Illinois 
state register [of U. S.] 8vo. [2572 
© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. and aft Feb. 
1, 1919 ; A 509993 ; Illinois state reg- 
ister, Springfield, 111. 

Your love will be my guiding star; 

words by E. M. Carpenter, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2573 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 442320; 

Ethel M. Carpenter, Erbacon, W. Va. 

Your sunny room ; words by A. H. 

Cavin, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2574 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 441252; 

A. H. Cavin, Galveston, Tex. 

Your sweetheart is waiting for 
you ; words by M. J. Hertlein, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[2575 
© Dec. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1919; 
E 441306; Mary J. Hertlein, Can- 
ton, O. 

Za heslem tyrsovym (Sokolsky po- 
chod) ; by F. Kmoch [of U. S.], arr. 
bv Louis Vitak [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Orch.~-2. Band. [2576, 2577 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 6, 
1919; E 440954, 440955; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



3rd air varie; by Charles de Beriot, 
op. 3, ed. by Karl Rissland [of U. 
S.] ; violin and piano. [2578 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1919; E 439960; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

3e nocturne; par P. Balleron [of 
France] op. 18; piano. Paris, La- 
veine. [2579 

© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435458; Paul Balleron, Paris. 

26th (The) ; words and music by Mrs. 
L. B. Bent [of U. S.] (Cover title: 
The 26th division) [2580 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919: E 441912; Mrs. L. B. Bent, 
Everett, Mass. 

1745; miniature suite, by Henry E. 
Geehl [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(Magnus albums, v. 40) Contents : — 
1. The gathering of the clans. — 2. 
Homage and Holyrood. — 3. Over the 
sea to Skye. — 4. Flora Macdonald. — 
5. Memories — at Versailles. [2581 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1919; E 435523; Swan & co., Wat- 
son & Wilcock, ltd., London. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1919; 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 2 unpublished)- 2 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 937 unpublished) 2,579 



Total 2,581 



152 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [2581 



Alabama waltz. [1 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

Aloma. [2 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 5. 

Arya. [3 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 10, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

At the ragtime stroller's ball. [4 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 8. 

Baby's prayer will soon be answered. 

[5 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 

Belgium waltz; valse beige, by 

Michel Massart. [0 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 4. 

Bells of joy ; words by Josie Wallace, 

music by John Shepherd. [7 

© Tullar-Meredith co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 1. 

Bone-dry; fox trot, by Van Campen 

Heilner. [8 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 24, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 3. 

Buddie boy. [9 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 5. 

Buzz (The) song; by Herbert Reed. 

[10 
© Harold Flammer, inc.. New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 



Charming. [11 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

COMPRENEZ VOUS, PAPA. [12 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 10, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

Dance of the debutantes ; by Charles 

Huerter; instrumental. [13 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 1919; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 6. 

Darling. [14 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

Dixie (A) lullaby. [15 

© Monarch music co., inc., Read- 
ing, Pa. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 6. 

Don't cry Frenchy, don't cry. [16 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Don't forget the boys. [17 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Down the lane and home again. [18 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder CO., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Dry your tears ; by Art Hickman and 
Ben Block. [19 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd Feb. 3, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

Easter fantasia ; by M. L. Lake. [20 
© Carl Fischer. New York. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 17, 1919; recorded, v. 4, 
p. 3. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Egyptian nights. [21 

© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 

Firelight fancies ; by Leslie Loth ; 
instrumental. [22 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1919; recorded, v. 
4, p. 6. 

Flag of freedom ; march. [23 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 25, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 3. 

For love; from Fiddlers three; by 

Alexander Johnstone. [24 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 1. 

For surely I will come back to you. 

[25 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 4. 

Fountain (The) ; by John M. Stein- 
feldt; piano. [26 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1919; recorded, v. 
4, p. 6. 

Girl (The) behind the gun; medley 
one-step, containing Some day wait- 
ing will end and The girl behind the 
man behind the gun, by Ivan Caryll. 

[27 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 2. 

Girl of my heart. [28 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New Y T ork. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 12, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

God's service flag of love. [29 

© Meyer Cohen music pub. co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

Good-bye Teddy Roosevelt. [30 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 4, p. 8. 

Heart of humanity. [31 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co. 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Heavens (The) are a mother's serv- 
ice FLAG. [32 

© Monarch music co., inc., Read- 
ing, Pa. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 6. 

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Here come the Yanks. [33 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, v» 

4, p. 5. 

How 'ya gonna keep 'em down on the 

FARM. [34 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

I can't see the good in good-bye. [35 
© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

I'd love to. [36 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 

I'm happy as a bumble bee. [37 

© Knickerbocker music co., Day- 
ton, O. Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919; 
recorded v. 4 p. 3. 

I'm sick of this 'ere blinkin' war. 

[3^ 
© Leo Feist inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 4. 

I NEVER KNEW THAT I LOVED YOU, UNTIL 
THERE WAS SOMEBODY ELSE. [39 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co.. New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

I shall meet you ; words by E. M. 
Chesham, music by Wilfrid Sander- 
son. [40 
© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 22, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 4. 

In THESE HARD TIMES. [41 

© T. B. Harms & Francis. Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 12, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

Indigo blues. [42 

© Tell Taylor, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1919; recorded, v. 4, 
p. 7. 

It gets them all. . [43 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co.. inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

Jazz baby. [44 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 2, 1919 



25S1 (68) 



Keep on hoptn' ; words by Frank Stan- 
ton and M. K., music by Kathleen 
Heron-Maxwell. [45 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'cl Jan. 22, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 4. 

Kilttes march; song by Kenneth 
Murchison. [46 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1919; recorded, v. 
4, p. 6. 

Little (The) brown owl; words by 
Ada Leonora Harris, music by Wil- 
frid Sanderson. [47 
© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 22, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 4. 

Little (A) regiment of your own. 

[48 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 : recorded, 
v. 4, p. 4. 

Little (The) whistler. [49 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 12, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

Look what my boy got in France. 

[50 
© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. -29, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 3. 

Love me and I will live forever. [51 
© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 
Love's rapture ; by Henry Hadley. [52 
© Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 
Meadow (The) lark; words and 
music by Abbie Gerrish- Jones. [53 
© Boosey & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 4. 
Milady's perfume. [54 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 
Minnie, shimmie for me. [55 

© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 3. 
Mother's (A) prayer; words by C. 
Avery Werner, music by Gustave 
Ferrari. [56 

© Boosey & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 4. 

155 



Mother's tears. [57 

© Watersdn, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 



Mournin' blues. [58 

© Leo Feist, inc.. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 4. 

Music (The) of wedding chimes. [59 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York, Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

My Barney lies over the ocean. 

[60 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

My chocolate soldier Sammy boy. 

[61 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 10, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

My gal's another gal like Gallt- 

Curci. [62 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1919; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 8. 

My little sun flower; by Fred W. 

Vanderpool. [63 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 6. 

No conversation ; fox trot, by Charles 

Previn. [64 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1919; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 4. 

Not yet. [65 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 1. 

Oh Helen. [66 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1919; recorded 
v. 4, p. 8. 

Once in a while. [67 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Our God, our country and our flag; 

song by Edward Machugh. [68 

© White-Smith music pub. co., 

Boston. Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 4. 



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Peksian pearl; by John Cooper. [69 
© M. Witmark & sons. New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 6. 

Please, Mr. Blacksmith, listen. [70 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 8. 

Poor Dixieland. [71 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

Salvation Nell. [72 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 4. 

Sarah, come over here. [73 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1919 ; re- 
corded, v. 4, p. 3. 

Saucy little devils. [74 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

She's Venus de Milo to me. [75 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 4. 

Society's shimmying now. [76 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rece'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

Somebody's sweetheart. [77 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Feb. 12, 1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

Somewhere to-night in Dixie. [78 
© Monarch music co., inc., Read- 
ing, Pa. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 6. 



Spirit (The) of the U. S. A. 
© Monarch music co., inc., 
ing, Pa. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 
recorded, v. 4, p. 6. 



[79 
Read- 
1919; 

[80 



Take a chance. 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1919; recorded 
v. 4, p. 1. 

Tale (The) the church bell told. 

[81 
© Waterson,, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 



That Pershing lullaby. [82 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

There's a million girls around me. 

[83 
© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

There's a winding road through 

Flanders. [84 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 5. 

This is the time. [85 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 4. 

Wait till the great day comes. [86 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 4. 

Waiting. [87 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 

1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 

Waltzing the scales. [88 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

We couldn't have heroes over there. 

[89 
© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 5. 

We never did that before. [90 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 10, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 

What do you mean by loving some- 
body ELSE. [91 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 27, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 5. 
When I get back home to you. [92 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 
When Ireland comes into her own. 

[93 

© Broadway music Corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1919 ; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 3. 

When the boys come sailing home; 



by Sousa. 




[94 


. © Harold 


Flammer, inc., 


New 


York. Notice 


rec'd Jan. 30, 


1919; 


recorded, v. 4. 


p. 7. 





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NOTICES OF USEE 



no. 2, 1919 



2581 (107) 



When the Robert E. Lee arrives in 
old Tennessee all the way from 
gay Paree; by Paul Cunningham. 

[95 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 6. 

When the Robert Emmett comes 
a-sailing down the Shannon on St. 
Patrick's day. [96 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

When you see another sweetie hang- 
ing AROUND. [97 

© Waterson, Berlin & Synder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

When you take that trip across the 

Rhine. [98 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 4. 

Who wouldn't for a girl like you. 

[99 
© Knickerbocker music co., Day- 
ton, O. Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 3. 

Witches. [100 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 



With the rose, I send this heart of 

mine. [101 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 

1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

Won't you come along and baby me. 

[102 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 12, 
1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Ye old time melodies. [103 

© Monarch music co., inc., Read- 
ing, Pa. Notice rec'd Feb. 5, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 6. 

YOU FOUND ME AND I FOUND YOU. [104 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 20, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 1. 

YOU MEAN ALL THAT AND MORE TO ME. 

[105 

© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 5. 

YOU NEVER KNOW. [106 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1919; recorded, v. 4, p. 4. 

You're still an old sweetheart of 

mine. [107 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 10, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 8. 



157 



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LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BT AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1881. 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH i, 1909 



PART 3 % 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1919 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 14 
No. 3 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1919 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions— (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Brahms (Johan- 
nes) ; Gounod (Charles Francois) ; Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) ; Liszt (Franz) ; 
MacDowell (Edward Alexander); Palestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi Sante); 
Puccini (Giacomo); Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); Schubert (Franz Peter); 
Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch). In case of all such works, however, there are 
cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e* g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
"cantata," " schottische," "nocturne," "impromptu," "sonata," "etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints.— As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

(ii) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A la passepied. See Hampton court. 

Abend auf dem fluss (Tschan-Jo-Su) ; 
Chinesische lieder, text von Hans 
Bethge, musik von Julius Rontgen 
[of Holland] ; inezzo-sop. [2582 

© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435885; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Absent ; words by John Tabb, music by 

Frances Wyinan [of U. S.] [2583 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 

E 441951 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Addio amoee (Good-bye love) ; valse 
lento, by M. V. Cardilli [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. 

[2584 
© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444443; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

Adeste fidelis. See Garland (A.) 
Two Christmas melodies. 

After a few years you'll be some- 
body's bride ; words and music by 
M. Flagg [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [2585 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444306 ; Mattie Flagg, Providence, 
R. I. 
After sunset : waltzes, by A. L. Ham- 
ilton [of U. S.] ; piano. [2586 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 443116; 
Archie Lindsey Hamilton, Dayton, O. 
After the country is dry ; words and 
music by A. Way [of U. S.], arr. by 
George Lowell Tracy [of U. S.] 

[2587 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1909; E 442885; 

Arthur Way, Revere, Mass. 

After the first of July ; a dry comic, 

lyric by James Mullen and Allan 

Coogan, music by J. Glogau [of 

U. S.] [2588 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1919 ; 

E 443124 ; Jack Glogau, Woodhaven, 

N.Y. 

After tumult, rest ; from War and 

peace, composed by C. H. H. Parry 

[of Great Britain] ; ten. solo. [2589 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 

E 435910 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 



After you've gone ; one-step, by Crea- 
mer and Layton, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] ; in C. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, no. H 102314) 

[2590 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442958; Rythmodik music corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

interpretation.] 

Alabama lullaby; words and music 
by C. De Voll [of U. S.] [2591 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444112 ; Cal De Voll, Chicago. 



4to. 



[2592 



© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444858 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Album of favorite pieces. See Brahms 
( Johannes ) 

All dressed in khaki ; words by K. F. 
Gargan, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2593 

© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444783 ; K. F. Gargan, Wa- 
terloo, N. Y. 

All for you ; words and music by Rob- 
ert Bertrand Brown [of U. S.] ; high 
or medium voice. [2594 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444346; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

All I've got is just my heart ; words 
and music by E. Broadwell [of U. S.] 

[2595 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444012; 
Earle Broadwell, Brooklyn. 

All of him back ; words and music by 

A. Rudy [of U. S.] Houston, Tex., 

New idea pub. co. [2596 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 

E 443176; Abraham Rudy, Houston. 

All that I know, of love, I learned 
from you; lyric by Bobby Jones, 
music by Will Donaldson [of U. S.] 

[2597 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 443084 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

All the fun o' the fair. See Rustic 
revels. 



159 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2598 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



All the eeal Ameeicans aee doing 
theie bit; words by H. E. Chase, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[2598 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444778 ; H. E. Chase, St. Anthony, 
Id. 

All the woeld is peoud of you ; waltz, 
words by E. B. Graham, music by A. 
S. Lohmann [of U. S.] [2599 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444318 ; Edward B. Graham, Den- 
ver. 

Allies victoey maech ; by P. Walter 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2600 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444717 ; Philip Walter, Lake, O. 

Allies' (The) watch on the Rhine; 

words by C. O. Lind, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2601 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444507; 

Chas. O. Lind, Centralia, Wash. 

Allies (The) welcome to the states ; 
words by M. Busby, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2602 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444831; Margaret Busby, 
Victoria, Canada. 

Aloma; oriental, fox trot and classic 
dance, by Archibald Joyce [of Eng- 
land], arr. by Dave Kaplan [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2603 

© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 442711; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

■ words by Sidney D. Mitchell, 



music by Archibald Joyce [of Eng- 
land] adapted by Theodore Morse 
from themes of the celebrated waltz, 
Passing of Salome. New York, Leo 
Feist, inc. [2604 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10', 1919 ; 
E 442536; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Alone to deeam of you ; words and 
music by Will Singletary [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. [2605 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444262 ; Universal music pub. co., 
San Antonio. 
Always thinking of you, my giel 
oveb home; words by L. Burcky, 
music by Rosemary Lee [of U. S.] 

[2606 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443029 ; Louise Burcky, Chicago. 



A-maying; words by H. D. Banning, 
music by Herbert H. Nelson [of 
Great Britain] [2607 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435865 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Ameeica; words by L. Wagner, music 
by Hermann M. Hahn [of U. S.] 
Louis Lange pub. co. [2608 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1919 ; 
E 444263 ; Louis Wagner, St. Louis. 
Ameeica, Ameeica, the land of feee- 
dom's eight; words by I. Merritt, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[2609 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444817; Ida Merritt, Ft. 
Snelling, Minn. 

Ameeica, beloved land; words and 
music by J. M. Flynn [of U. S.] 

[2610 

© Feb. 17, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444321; Jennie M. Flynn, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Ameeica foeevee; words by W. B. 
Miller, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2611 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444218; 
W. B. Miller, Broadway, Va. 
Ameeica he's fob you; one-step, by 
Sterling, played by Donald Makay 
[of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, no. H 102294) 

[2612 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442966; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 
Ameeica my home; patriotic chorus, 
words and music by H. R. Detweiler 
[of U. S.] ; chorus mixed voices. 
4to. Aurora, 111.,. Columbia con- 
servatory. [2613 

© Jan. 10. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 444097; Harry R. Det- 
weiler, Aurora, 111. 
Ameeica the heaet of the woeld ; 
words by Alice W. Hermanson, mu- 
sic by Jay Mason Lathrope [of U. 
S.] [2614 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442503; Liberty music publishers, 
Chicago. 
Ameeican aemy hymn; words by Al- 
len Eastman Cross, music by Mark 
Andrews [of U. S.] 8vo. (Supple- 
mentary hymns, no. 9) [2615 

© Feb. 27, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444595; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



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no. 3. 1919 



2631 



American battle songs of freedom ; 
words and music by E. M. Black- 
well, Washington, D. C, Andrew B. 
Graham co. Contents : Onward sons 
of freedom. — Fighting for freedom; 
music by author. — Bang, bang, bang 
the bovs are righting ; music by Geo. 
F. Post. [2616 

© Dec. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1919; E 444400; Edward Maurice 
Blackwell, Washington. 

American (The) boys: words and 
music by F. Kubik [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [2617 
© Feb. 24. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444489 ; Frances Kubik, Pro- 
tivin, la. 

American (The) flag; words and 
music by T. F. Gattie [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2618 
© Feb. 24, 1919: 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444483; Theresia Frank 
Gattie, W. Salamanca, N. Y. 

American (The) Marseillaise; a 
song of victory, words and an*, of 
music by T. Huot [of France] and 
D. Kohn [of U. S.], music by Claude- 
Joseph Rouget De Lisle. St. Louis, 
Mo., Franco-American music co. 

[2619 
© Jan. 2, 1919: 2 c. Jan. 24, 1919; 
E 441500; David Kohn and Tan- 
crede Huot, St. Louis. 

words and music by F. Schreiber 

[of U. S.] [2620 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444722 ; Felix Schreiber, Oakland, 
Cal. 

American (The) Red cross march; 
by Louis Panella [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2621 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442884; Panella music co., 
Pittsburgh. 

American star : bright star of the 
West : words and music bv H. A. 
Yale-Tolman [of U. S.] ; duett for 
sop. and alto with violin obi. with 
chants, chimes, refrain and quartette 
for mixed voices. [2622 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442852; 
H. A. Yale-Tolman, Los Angeles. 

American (The) true love; words 
and music by C. Bowers [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2623 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444456 ; Charles Bowers, Premier, 
W. Va. 



Americans in France; words and 
music by Jacob S. Rosenberg [of 
U. S.], arr. by Mrs. G. W. Hankison. 

[2624 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444259 ; R. G. pub. co., Cleveland. 

America's answer; from the Overseas 
revue, lyric by Raymond B. Egan, 
music by Richard A. Whiting [of 
U.S.] [2625 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442995 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

America's brave boys in navy blue; 
words by C. J. McLaughlin, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2626 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444526; 
Charles J. McLaughlin. Coney Island, 
N. Y. 

America's Sammies keep watch on 
the Rhine ; words by, G. Groeber, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2627 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442617; 
Geo. Groeber, Dayton, O. 

An' that ain't all : words and melody 
by Jack Frost [of U. S.] [262S 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919: E 444120; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 

And we shall never part ; words by 
C. C. Dornon, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2629 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444215; 
Chester C. Dornon, East Liverpool, 
O. 

Andante cantabile. See Tschaikow- 
ski (Peter Iljitch) 

Andante pastorale; by J. Lamont 
Galbraith [of U. S.] ; organ. [2630 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442544; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Angels done changed my name. See 
Gillette (James R.) Three negro 
sketches. 

Angels will smile at you there ; 
lullabye land, words and melody by 
G. Lighthart [of U. S.], music arr. 
by Kathryn I. White [of Newfound- 
land, domiciled at Pittsburgh] 

[2631 
© Oct. 1. 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443115; Grace 
Lighthart, Pittsburgh. 



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Antony and Cleopatra; an opera in 
4 acts, based upon Shakespeare's 
drama, by L. Ardin [of Switzerland, 
domiciled at New York] [2632 

© Mar. 5. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1919 ; 
D 19896 ; Leon Ardin, New York. 

Any time is dancing time ; from See 
you later, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[2633 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 441947; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Anything is nice if it comes from 
Dixieland ; words and music by 
Grant Clarke, Geo. W. Meyer and 
Milton Ager [of U. S.] 4to. [2634 
© Feb. S, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442532 ; Leo. Feist inc., New York. 

Anything is nice that comes feom 
Dixieland ; fox-trot, by Clarke, 
Meyer and Ager, arr. by Leroy 
Walker [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2635 
© Mar. 1. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919; 
E 444851 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Anywhere in the world with you; 
words by Clifford Harris, music by 
Jas. AY. Tate [of Great Britain] 

[2636 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15. 1919 ; 
E 435809; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Are you abiding in Jesus ; words by 

E. G. Denny, music by J. C. Brown 
[of U. S.] [2637 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444155 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Are you for me or against me; the 
question of the flag, song, music by 

F. Foster [of U. S.] [263S 
© 1 c. Feb. 11. 1919; E 444034; 

Fay Foster, New York. 

Are you helping the boys over there ; 
words and music by E. M. Sheets [of 
U. S.j Chicago, National music Co. 

[2639 
© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 1918 ; 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; E 442813 ; Emma M. 
Sheets, Chicago. 

Arioso ; from Sonata 333, by Johann 
Joachim Quanta [of U. S.}, ed. by 
Clarence Dickinson [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan. (Historical recital series, no. 
3) [2640 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 442566 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 



Army and navy march ; words and 
music by E. Marsh [of U. S.] New 
York, J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

[2641. 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442529; Ernest Marsh, White 
Plains, N. Y. 

Around old Ireland ; words and music 
by J. P. Hennessy and R. F. 
O' Shau ghnessy [of U. S.], arr. by 
Mamie Gunn Dustin [of U. S.] 

[2642 

© Jan. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 

E 444257 ; Richard Francis O'Shaugh- 

nessy and John Patrick Hennessy, 

St. Louis. 

Around the map ; one-step, by E. Sick 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2643 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 444011; 
Edward Sick, New York. 

Aroused (The) Columbia; or, Colum- 
bia's sons ; words by T. B. Livings- 
ton, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2644 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442628; 
T. B. Livingston, Colon, Panama. 

Arpa (L') Davidica; ossia, I Salmi di 
Davide, tradotti in versi italiani, dal 
Rev. Agide Pirazzini [of U. S.] editi 
dal Tommaso Fragale, e John Mc- 
Naugher. Ad uso delle chiese evan- 
geliche italiane. 1 p. 1., 170 p. 12 
mo. [2645 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
3. 1919; A 512219; United Presby- 
terian board of publication, Pitts- 
burgh. 

AS I STOOD AND LOOKED AT HER UP IN 

the tree ; words by T. Lovell, music 
by Clifton Keith [of U. S.] Long 
Branch, N. J., Keith's music pub. 
house. [2646 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444548 ; Tom Lovell, Long Branch, 
N.J. 

As our /^sident comes J 
[boys come J 

home; words by E. R. Orne, music 
by Geo. Lowell Tracy [of U. S.] (In 
Boston Sunday post, Feb. 23, 1919) 

[2647 
© Feb. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444721 ; Edith Rojean Orne, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
As the boys come home again, the 

BANDS WILL BE PLAYING IN THE 

square ; words by R. H. Lindo, music 
bv Henry E. Pettier [of Great Brit- 
ain] [2648 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435797; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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2667 



AS WE GO MARCHING THROUGH GER- 
MANY; words and music by Edith 
De Lome [of U. S.] New York. Mel- 
ville Scott & co. [2649 
© Nov. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1918 ; 
E 444017; Melville Scott pub. co., 
New York. 

Ask them in justice that old Ire- 
land be free ; words and music by 
J. H. McMabon [of U. S.], arr. by 
Wm. D. Sabin [of U. S.] [2650 

© Feb. 8. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442547 ; John H. McMahon, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

At Quality court. See Rustic revels. 

At the cradle. See Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) Lyric pieces. 

At the old homestead ; by L. I. Liggy 

[of U. S.] ; instrumental. [2651 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442658; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

At the postern gate; words by Ken- 
dall Banning, music by Gena Brans- 
combe [i. e. Gena Branscombe Ten- 
ney, of U. S.] ; sop. or ten., mezzo- 
sop, or baritone. (Songs of the un- 
afraid [no. 1]). [2652 
© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 444092 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

At twilight when the shadows 
fall : words and music by J. Stanley 
Brothers, jr. [of U. S.] [2653 

© Feb. 24. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442786; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Atta boy ; fox trot, by Marguerite Lari- 
mer [of U. S.] ; piano. [2654 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444040; 
Mrs. J. W. Burson, Seattle. 

Attendez (Wait) ; celehre melodie 
anglaise, words by Arthur L. Sal- 
mon, version franchise de Pierre 
d'Amor, musique de Guy D'Hardelot 
[of France] ; piano et chant. 1. Mi 
bemol.— 2. Fa.— 3. Sol. [2655-2657 
© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1919: E 435602-435604; Chappell & 
co. ltd., Paris. 

Australia ; patriotic hymn, words and 
music by W. Howes [of England] 
4to. [2658 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 13. 1919 ; 
E 435794; Swan & co., Watson & 
Wilcock, ltd., London. 



Avite voglio allumma ; versi di G. E. 
Pasqualotto, musica di Gennaro 
Quaranto [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York; mandolin ace] [2659 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442897; 
Gaetano Esposito Pasqualotto, New 
York. 

Awaked from sleep ; three-part an- 
them, words from the Greek, by R. M. 
Moorsom, music by Charles H. Lloyd 
[of England] ; female or boys' voices. 
4to. (Novello's chorister series of 
church music, no. 64) " [2660 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435833 ; Novello & co., London. 

Away with the Kaiser; words and 
music by E. M. Rummel [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [2661 

© Feb 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444473; Ella M. Rummel, Tama, 
la. 

Aye wakin O. See Hopekirk (Helen) 
Five Scottish folk-songs. 

B. (The) G. B. IT. march; one or two- 
step, by Franz J. Strahm [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2G62 

© Feb. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1919 ; E 444711 ; Standard music co., 
Nashville. 

Back from France; words by Al. Se- 
gal, music by Sid. Kates [of U. S.] 

[2663 
© Jan. 23, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444553; Alsid music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Back in the dear old U. S. A . ; words 

by G. R. Byerly, music by Raymond 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [2664 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444724; 

George R. Byerly, Lancaster, Pa. 

Back to the old rose time ; words by 

Ted Beach, music by O. J. Robinson 

[of U. S.] [2665 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442S51 ; 

Ollie J. Robinson, Mayville, N. D. 

Back to the old Wisconsin ; words 
by B. C. Mathewson, music by Earl 
Blankenhorn [of U. S.] [2666 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444405: 
Byron Coleman Mathewson, Mil- 
waukee. 

Bag alle de tusinde klange ; tekst af 
-o. -n., niusik af Sophus Andersen 
[of Denmark] [2667 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 435888; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Bagatelle. See Pleasant moments. 



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Balm in Gilead ; negro spiritual, 
words from Jer. VIII, 22, music arr. 
by H. T. Burleigh [of U. S.] ; wom- 
en's voices. 4to. [2668 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442928; G. Ricordi & co., 
New York 

Bang, bang, bang the boys aee fight- 
ing. See American battle songs of 
freedom. 

Banner (The) of the world; words 

by M. Shepard, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2669 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444233; 

M. Shepard, New Brighton, N. Y. 

Battle (The) cry; words by R. A. 
Dean, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2670 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442697; R. A. Dean, Cur- 
rant, Nev. 

Battle cry of the U. S. A. ; words by 
J. J. Walsh, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2671 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442689; James J. Walsh, 
Saint Clair, Pa. 

Battle hymn of the republic ; arr. 
by Edward Strietel [of U. S.] ; vio- 
lin and piano. (Favorite melodies, 
no. 38) [2672 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444190; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

words by A. L. Abel, melodv bv 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2673 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442761; 
Anna L. Abel, Tobyhanna, Pa. 

words by Julia Ward. Howe, mu- 
sic by Blanche Ebert Seaver [of 
U. S.j [2674 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444020; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 

Be brave and true; a patriotic war 
song, words by H. E. Spinner, music 
by Frank W. Hall [of U. S.] [2675 
© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 443175 ; Henry E. Spinner, Brook- 
lyn. 

Be ye glad ; Easter song, words by 
Susan Coolidge, music by Paul Am- 
brose [of U. S.] op. 42; in F and 
D. with violin obbl. [2676 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444167; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. ■ [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Beating it on ; words and music by 
R. Elder [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [2677 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444295; Robert Elder, SL 
Louis. 

Beautiful boquet of roses ; words by 
N. A. Mowrey, melody by M. Du- 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
IT, S.] [2678 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442520; 
Nora A. Mowrey, Luray, Kan. 

Beautiful life of light ; words by M. 
E. Hall, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2679 
© 1 c. Mtir. 6, 1919; E 443154; 
Mary E. Hall, Belle Plaine, la. 

Beautiful memories of you ; words by 
E. McC. Gil more, music by John 
David Beall [of U. S.] [2680 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 441963; 
Elizabeth McCabe Gilmore, Los An- 
geles. 

Beautiful (The) world that you 
gave me ; words by Barry Lindon, 
music by Jullien H. Wilson [of Eng- 
land] [2681 
© Feb. 12, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 435851 ; H. Sharpies & son, 
ltd., London. 

Before day blues ; words and melody 

by Lemuel Fowler [of U. S.], arr. by 

Clarence M. Jones [of U. S.] [2682 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 443066; 

Wm. A. Thomas, Chicago. 

Behind your silken veil; lyric by 
Richard Coburn, music by Vincent 
Rose and Earl Burtnett [of U. S.] 

[2683 
© Feb. 21, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1919; E 444422; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

Behold, God is mighty ; anthem, words 
from Job, XXXVI: 5, 6, 7, music 
by Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, sacred, no 
1265) [2684 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442504; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Behold the Lamb of God. See Thou 
great comfort. 

Bella (La) Sorrentina (The Sorren- 

tina beauty) ; waltz, di D. F. G. 

Lambiasi [of IT. S.] ; piano. [2685 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 

• E 443020 ; Domenico F. G. Lambiasi, 
Chicago. 



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2703 



Benediction (A) ; words by Bliss Car- 
man, music by Alma Goatley [of 
Great Britain] ; sop. or ten., mezzo 
sop. or bar. (Songs of Sappho, no. 
2) [2686 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435960; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Best of all sweet mothers. See 
Findling (Jean) Two songs. 

Betsy Ross, she's the maid that 

made Old Glory; words and music 

by F. Jamison [of U. S.] [2687 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1919; E 444058; 

Florence Jamison, Santa Clara, Cal. 

Better bide awhile ; words and music 
by W. E. Walter [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [2688 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444490; William Ermine 
Walter, Detroit. 

Bid all your sweethearts in France 

adieu; words by E. S. King, music 

by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [2689 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442826; 

Ernest S. King, Middletown, Conn. 

Bird's (The) song; words and music 
by Maude Charlton Gibson [of Can- 
ada] ; in E. Toronto, Canada, Nord- 
heimer piano & music co., ltd. [2690 
© Feb. 19, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; M. C. Gibson, Toronto, Can- 
ada. 

Blackbird (The) ; words and music 
by Leslie Elliott [of Great Britain] 

[2691 
© Jan. 29, 1919 : 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435864 ; Chappe'll & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Bless my brooms ; words by Janet 
Begbie, music by Harold Craxton 
[of Great Britain] [2692 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1919 ; E 435817 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Blessed (The) of freedom; words by 
William Adams 'Shade, music by J. 
Sebastian Matthews [of U. S.] ; bari- 
tone. [2693 
© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1919; E 442805; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Blessing; words by Nora Chessom, 
music by Teresa Del Riego [of Great 
Britain] [2694 

© Jan. 16, 1919; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1919 ; E 435860 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 



Blessing and peace ; words by M. Mc- 

Intvre, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2695 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442618; 

Mary Mclntyre, Albany, N. Y. 

Blue (The) and the gold; words by 
J. II. Hawkins, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2696 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444779; J. R. Hawkins, 
Lexington, N. C. 

Blue-eyed, blond-haired heart-break- 
ing baby doll ; words and music by 
Cliff Hess and Sidney D. Mitchell 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2697 

© Mar. 7, 1919 : 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 444848 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Blue (The) print song; words by 

O. T. Briggs, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2698 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444519; 

O. T. Briggs, Yandergrift H'gts, Pa. 

Blue rose waltz ; duet, for dancing, 
by Logan, played by Paul King [of 
U. S.] and Joseph Lambert [of Bel- 
gium] ; four hands, in G. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls, no. J 102423) 

[2699 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442948; Rythmodik music 

Corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation.] 

Bluette. See Serenade norvegienne. 

Bobolink (The) ; by L. Leslie Loth 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Six very easy 
pieces, no. 2) [2700 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444177; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Bogfinken ; words by Helena Nyblom, 
music by Emil Sjogren [of Sweden] 
op. 68, no. 1. (Wilhelm Hansen edi- 
tion, no. 1920) [2701 
© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435869; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Bohemia ; rag, by Joseph F. Lamb [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [2702 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444361 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

Bolsheviki; words by George Valler 
Rankin and Edward Broadley, mel- 
ody by G. V. Rankin [of Great Brit- 
ain, domiciled at Brooklyn] [2703 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442733; 
Rankin & Broadley, New York. 



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Bonnie Rose ; words by Haven Gilles- 
pie, music by Guy Shrigley [of U. S.] 

[2704 
© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 444739 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Boyhood days ; words by Mrs. H. Man- 
ning, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2705 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444222; 
Mrs. Henry Manning, Chignecto 
Mines, Canada. 

Boys ; words and music by Dot Le 

Grande-Peters [of U. S.] [2706 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442510; Jos. Krolage music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Boys (The) aee coming home; by 
Edwin L. Taylor, arr. by Harry 
Heald [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2707 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 442746; Locke-Taylor music co., 
Springfield, Mass. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Boys (The) aee doing it; words by 
L. B. Atkin, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2708 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442684 ; Lilian B. Atkin, Saltcoats, 
Canada. 

Boys (The) aee home ; words by D. C. 
Wallace, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2709 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444242; 
D. C. Wallace, Bronx, N. Y. 

Boys (The) of the U. S. A. ; words by 

Mrs. C. W. Causey, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2710 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442462 ; Mrs. 

C. W. Causey, Roanoke, Va. 

Boys (The) that aee coming home; 

words by Myra B. Whitney, music by 

A. T. Plante [of U. S.] [2711 

© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1918; E 442741; 

Alfred T. Plante, Manchester, N. H. 

Boys (The) we left behind, ovee 
theee; words by Sapper Browning 
and Pte. Self, music by G. A. Yar- 
wood [of Canada] Toronto, Brown- 
ning & Self. [2712 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 435819; George A. Yarwood, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Boys (The) we love; words by C. T. 
Smithers, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2713 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442698 ; C. T. Smithers, Minneap- 
olis. 



Boys (The) who will nevee come 
back ; words by John J. Maclntyre 
and W. H. Grumpelt, melody by W. 
H. Grumpelt [of U. S.], arr. by Otto 
J. Muller [of U. S.] [2714 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443118; 
William Henry Grumpelt, New 
Brighton, N. Y. 

Beabanqonne (La) ; Belgian national 
anthem, by F. Campenhout, arr. by 
Edward Strietel [of U. S.] ; violin 
and piano. (Favorite melodies, no. 
36) [2715 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444187; Willis music co., •Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Beadfoed (The) song book; comp. by 
Lois Helen Champ and Amalia De 
Grys [of U. S.] Lawrence, Mass. 
4to. [2716 

© Nov. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1918 ; 
aff. Feb. 6, 1919 ; A 510275 ; R. Liver- 
sidge, Lawrence, Mass. 

Brahms (Johannes) Album of favor- 
ite pieces ; by J. Brahms, rev., ed. 
and fingered by Arthur Whiting [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Schirmer's library 
of musical classics, v. 1347) [2717 
© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444351; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
Y^ork. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vising, editing and fingering] 

Beavado; fox-trot, by Sydney Baynes 

[of England] ; piano. [2718 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 

E 435796; Swan & co., Watson & 

Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Beave (The) Yankee Sammy; words 
by Mrs.' P. J. MacKernon, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [2719 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444766; Mrs. P. J. MacKernon, 
Forest City, Pa. 

Beeak the news to mothee; by Har- 
ris, played by Joseph Lambert [of 
Belgium] ; in B flat. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls*, no. J 102534) 

[2720 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442944; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation] 

Beeath (A) of old Ireland ; words 

by S. Downing, melody by Jos. A. 

Burke [of U. S.] [2721 

- © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444021; 

Sam Downing, New York. 



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no. 3, 1919 



2740 



Eeeathing eose. See Orth (John) 
Six nature pieces. 

Being back those wondeeful days ; 
words bv Darl MacBoyle, music by 
Nat Vincent [of U. S.] [2722 

© Mar. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444735 ; Gilbert A. Friedland, inc., 
New York. 

Beoken (A) heart; words by D. P. 
Arnold, music by Raymond A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [2723 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 443046; 
Daniel P. Arnold, North Warren, 
Pa. 

Beoken (The) melody; by Van Biene, 
arr. by Frederick T. Short [of 
U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. [2724 

© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444681; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Beown biedeen ; words by Fiona Mac- 
Leod, music by A. Buzzi-Peccia [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
high voice, in A. [2725 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 442796; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Bubble (The) song; from The Cocky- 
oily bird, words by Mabel Dearner, 
music by Martin Shaw [of Great 
Britain] [2726 

© Feb. 12, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 435842 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Bulla bulla ; words by G. B. Ashton, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.) [2727 

© 1 c. Feb. 17. 1919; E 444232; 

G. B. Ashton, Gary, Ind. 

Bullets and bayonets ; march, by 
John Philip Sousa [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2728 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444045 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

But I ain't ; words by P. Bloom, mu- 
sic by H. Levin [of U. S.], arr. by 
Rudolf Thaler [of U. S.] [2729 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 442989; 
Paul Bloom and Herman Levin, 
Philadelphia. 

But one of thy jewels ; romanza 
from the opera The temple dancer, 
words by Jutta Bell-Ranske, music 
by J. A. Hugo [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice, in D flat. [2730 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444551; John Adam Hugo, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



Buy a libeety bond; words by B. B. 
Rees, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2731 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919; E 442673; Beulah Balfour 
Rees, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Buy libeety bonds ; grand victory 
march, words by S. Carpenter, mu- 
sic by Leonore Von der Lieth [of 
U. S.] [2732 

© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1919; E 440330; 
Samuel Carpenter, Los Angeles. 

Buy wae saving stamps ; words by 

W. J. Neuman, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2733 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444446 ; 

Wm. J. Neuman, Chester, Pa. 

By the camp fiee ; by Percy Wen- 
rich, arr. by Stephen O. Jones [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2734 

© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1919 ; E 444859 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Cabin (The) in the w t oods ; from 

Tiger Rose suite, by H. Forrest [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [2735 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444668; 

Hamilton Forrest, Chicago. 

Califoeniana ; serenata appassionata, 
words by Miriam White, music by 
Umberto Sistarelli [of U. S.] ; sop. 
or ten. [2736 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442810 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los An- 
geles. 

Call (The) of a song; or, The man 
from Tennessee, dramatic-musical 
composition in one act, lyrics by 
Jack Baxley, music by J. Baxley 
and Lillian Porter [of U. S.] [2737 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; D 19895; 
Jack Baxley, Dallas. 

Call (The) of the wild; from Tiger 

Rose suite, by H. Forrest [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2738 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 442982; 

Hamilton Forrest, Chicago. 

Camp Hancock maech ; by J. L. Sayre 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [2739 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444714; J. Louis Sayre, Augusta, 

Ga. 

orch. 4to. [2740 

© Feb. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 5. 
1919 ; E 444698 ; J. Louis Sayre, Au- 
gusta, Ga. 



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Campoeeale ; schotis, melody by G. 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn, N. Y.] [2741 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444411; 

Giuseppe Tarantola, Brooklyn. 

Can't you heae youe countey calling 
you, calling you; words by W. 
Walker, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2742 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442632; 
Wm. Walker, Chicago. 

Caeey home ; words by E. Gaskins, 

music by Edmund Steven Thornton 

[of U. S.] [2743 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 

E 443054; Ennis Gaskins, Brooklyn. 

Catholic hymns foe the people; ed. 
by J. M. Raker [of U. S.] Wilton, 
Wis., Catholic music press [1919] 
[96] p. 8 vo. [2744 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
aff. Feb. 15, 1919 ; A 511580 ; James 
Martin Raker, W T ilton, Wis. 

Chaege of the song beigade ; from the 
Overseas revue, lyric by Raymond B. 
Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting 
[of U. S.] [2745 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442994 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Cheee up giels you'ee going to get 
youe kiss ; words and music by M. 
J. Darnaby [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [2746 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444297; Mayme J. Darnaby, 
Stamping Ground, Ky. 

Cheee up ! Tommy Atkins ; one-step, 
bv Nelson, played by Donald Makay 
[of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmotlik rec- 
ord music rolls, no. X102304) 

[2747 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442960; Rythmodik music corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation] 

Cheeeio; words by J. Will Callahan, 
melody by L. S. Roberts [of U. S.] 

[2748 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442751; 
Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 

Cheeubim song; by A. Arkhangelsk^, 
English adaptation by N. Lindsay 
Norden [of U. S.] ; mixed voices 
4to. (Russian church music, no. 
4594) [2749 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441986; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation] 

168 



Chicken blues ; words by Bob Sutton, 
music by E. J. Schumacher [of U. 
S.] arr. by Vera Saylor [of U. S.] 

[2750 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444354; 
Edward John Schumacher, Mary- 
ville, Mo. 

Childeen songs of Maoeiland ; words 
by P. C. Cole, music by Henry F. 
Rivers [of Australia] (Imperial 
edition, no. 332) [2751 

© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435821; Allan & co., pty., ltd., 
Melbourne, Australia. 

Childeen' s maech ; by Franz J. Sa- 
dezky [of U. S.] ; piano. (Dew 
drops, no. 2) [2752 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 23, 
1918 ; E 441976 ; Standard music co., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Chime on, joy bells ; words by A. G. 
S. Jervis, music by Jullien H. Wilson 
[of England] [2753 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 435920; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
London. 

Chong, he comes feom Hong Kong; 
fox trot, by Harold Weeks, arr. by 
Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[2754 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 444861; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Cheist foe me ; words by Lizzie DeAr- 
mond, music by Chas. H. Gabriel [of 
U. S.] [2755 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444161 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Cheist is eisen ; Easter processional, 
words by A. T. Gurney, music by 
Frank T. Harrat [of U. S.] 8 vo. 
(Supplementary hymns, no. 13) 

[2756 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 

E 444596 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Cheist is eisen feom the dead. See 
Easter carol annual. 

Close to my glad heaet again ; words 
and music by S. Hales [of U. S.] 

[2757 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 435836; 

Samuel Hales, Toronto, Canada. 

Clovee time; words and music by C. 

Arthur Fifer [of U. S.] [2758 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 

E 441985; C. Arthur Fifer music co., 

Quincy, 111. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1919 



2777 



Columbus ; a short cantata, text by 
Joaquin Miller, music by E. S. Hos- 
mer [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 

[2759 
© Jan. 9, 1919 : 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
31, 1919 ; A 511682 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Come along ; march song, words and 
music bv S. Howard [of I J. S.] 

[2760 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
B 442892; Shatter Howard, San 
Francisco. 

Come back; words by T. F. Quinlan, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [2761 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442853; 

Thomas F. Quinlan, Ottawa, Can. 

COME BACK GENEEAL PEESHING WE'LL 

make you Peesident ; by Dr. Smiles 
[pseud, of Nathan L. Teeple, of U. 
S], arr. by R. L. Halle [of U. S.] 
4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. [2762, 2763 
© Jan. S, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444260, 444261; Smiles car- 
toon service, Brooklyn. 

Come back to me, gal; words by N. C. 

Creech, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2764 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442866; 

Norman C. Creech, Kline, S. C. 

•Come out and sing ; words by H. Pugh, 

melody by M. Peree [pseud, of Mrs. 

P. B. Robinson, of U. S.] [2765 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444572; 

Harriet Pugh, Mankato, Minn. 

Oome to the faie; from the album 
Three more songs of the fair, words 
by Helen Taylor, music by Easthope 
Martin [of England] ; in G. [2766 
© June 14, 1917 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435787 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Coming (The) age; words by G. Gun- 

derson, music by M. A. Jury [of U. 

S.] [2767 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444198; 

Gilbert Gunderson, San Jose, Cal. 

Coming home ; words and music by 
C. L. Sumner [of U. S.], arr. by Geo. 
L. Cobb [of U. S.] [2768 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444315 ; Caroline L. Sumner, Nor- 
wood, N. Y. 

Compositions, bk. I ; lyrics by E. 
Sheerin, music by E. L. Bohal [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. Cambridge,. 
O., E. L. Bohal & co. Contents: 1. 
Our life and the rose. — 2. The vic- 
torious Yanks. — 3. The Yanks trib- 



Composition, bk. I — Continued. 

ute to Tommy Atkins. — 4. Dear old 
Ohio. [2769 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444704; Ed. L. Bohal and E. 
Sheerin, Cambridge, O. 

Comeades ; words by M. Hirsch, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2770 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444723; 
M. Hirsh, Cedar Grove, Ind. 

Con amoee; valse, by A. H. Mathews 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. Dublin, 
Piggott & co., ltd. [2771 

© Dec. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1919; E 435915; Alfred H. Math- 
ews. Dublin. 

Confiemation. See Thou great com- 
fort. 

Consolation ; words and music by 
F. A. Warth [of U. S.] [2772 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 443113; 
Frederick Augustus Warth, Sa- 
vannah. 

Conte d'enfants ; duet, by Frederic 
d'Erlanger [of Great Britain] ; two 
pianos. [2773 

© Jan. 28. 1919; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 435824; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Coeals ; a sea idyll, words by Zoe 
Akins, music by Bryceson Treharne 
[of England] ; high or medium voice 
with piano ace. [2774 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441959; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Coetege dansant; duet, by Frederic 
d'Erlanger [of Great Britain] ; two 
pianos. [2775 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 435827; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Could you leaen to love a Tommy, 
Yankee giel; words by H. E. 
Whelpley, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2776 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442621; 
Harold E. Whelpley, Somerville, 
Mass. 

Countey gardens ; English morris 
dance tune, collected by Cecil J. 
Sharp, arr. by Percy Aldridge 
Grainger [of U. S.] ; piano. New 
York, G. Schirmer. (British folk- 
music settings, no. 22) [2777 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 441896; Percy Grainger, New 
York. 



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2778 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Cradle song of the coast; words by 
Herbert J. Brandon, music by Olive 
Turner [of Great Britain] ; in F. 

[2778 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 435856; J. B. Cramer & 
co., ltd., London. 

Cry of democracy; words and music 
by C. S. Overholtz [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [2779 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444313; Chas. S. Overholtz, 
Lima, O. 

Cursed be the war; words by R. D. 
Lafontaine, music by Artie Bowers 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors and 
composers service co. [2780 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442775; 
R. D. Lafontaine, Sherbrook, 
Canada. 

Czerny (Carl) One hundred easy 
recreations; by C. Czerny, ed. by 
Karl Benker [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2781 
© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
18, 1919; A 511630; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston, 



Daddy ; words and melody by W. Kaf- 
fenberg [of U. S.] ; 1st violin ace. 

[2782 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442766 
Walter Kaffenberg, New York. 

Daddy done his share; words by J 
O. Cosby, music by E. S. S. Hunt 
ington [of U. S.] [2783 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442862 
John O. Cosby, Chicago. 

Daddy when you fly up in the sky 

LOOK FOR MAMA THERE ; WOrdS by J. 

B. Lowndes, music by Ada W. Blake 
[of U. S.] ; arr. by Thomas F. Cor- 
nell [of U. S.] [2784 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442890; 
Joseph Brown Lowndes, New York. 

Dancin' on the green. See Rustic 
revels. 

Dancing on the boat ; three-step, by 
Chas. Peters [of U. S.] op. 16, no. 
5; piano. (Little sea voyage, no. 
4304) [2785 

© Dec. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444001; National music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Danger (The) in the twinkle of an 
eye; words by E. Cooper, melody 
by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [2786 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442512; 
Ethel Cooper, Denver. 

170 



Darktown (The) dough-boys' ball; 
words and music by W. Davison [of 
U. S.], arr. by Geo. E. Hunt [of 
IT. S.] [2787 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442646; 
Walter Davison, Cincinnati. 

Darling I am longing for you ; words 
by E. Parks, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2788 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444819 ; Ethel Parks, Jordan 
Valley, Or. 

Davidson (Murial) Five pieces for 
pianoforte; by M. Davidson [of 
Great Britain], Contents: Once upon 
a time. — The first day of the holi- 
days. — Hush-a-bye. — The fair. — Sum- 
mer days. [2789 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 435917; Anglo-French music co., 
ltd., London. 

Dawn ; from the suite Tiger-Rose, by 
H. Forrest [of U. S.] ; piano. [2790 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444384; 
Hamilton Forrest, Chicago. 

Dawn (The) of hope; an Easter serv- 
ice for Sunday schools, words by Liz- 
zie De Armond, music by S. B. Stam- 
baugh [of U. S.] 8vo. Cincinnati,. 
Fillmore music house. [2791 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444108; Fillmore bros. co„ Cin- 
cinnati. 



Dawn (The) of peace; words by H. 
E. J. Miller, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2792 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443151; 
Hattie E. J. Miller, San Ysidro, Cah 

Day (The) I first met you; lyric by 
Geo. C. Pennington, music by R. M. 
Held [of U. S.], arr. by Billy James 
[of U. S.] [2793 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444401; 
Russell Marx Held, Philadelphia. 

Day of liberty; words and music by 
Mrs. Edward M. Bush of U. S.], arr. 
by A. B. Cintura, Evansville, Ind„ 
Patriotic card and music co. [2794 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442524; E. M. Bush, Evansville, 
Ind. 

Daylight; by Mana-Zucca [of U. S.J 

op. 50, no. 5; piano. (Five light 

pieces, no. 5) [2795- 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 

' E 441957; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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no. 3. 1919 



2815 



Days I can't forget ; words and music 

by G. Elliott [of U. S.] [2796 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444708 ; Gertrude Elliott, Detroit. 

De whip-pu'-will ; words by Harris 
Merton Lyon, music by William 
Stickles [of U. S.] ; high, E minor. 

[2797 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12. 1919 ; 

E 444063 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Dear girl of my dreams ; words by L. 

Burcky, music by Rosemary Lee [of 

U. S.] [2798 

© Mar. 3. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 

E 443028; Louise Burcky, Chicago. 

Dear heart: words by Jean Lefevre, 
music by W. C. Polla [of U. S.] 

[2799 
© Mar. 1. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444403 ; C. C. Church & co., Hart- 
ford. 

Dear heart sweetheart; words by 
Harold Duvall, music by Mabel 
Hemple [of U. S.] [2800 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444677; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Dear old Ohio. See Compositions, 
bk I. 

Dear old pal of mine; by Gitz Rice, 
played by Andrei Kmi'ta of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. 
J 19644) [2801 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442975; Rythmodik music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

Dear old Pennsylvania ; words by S. 
M. Schlom, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2802 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444492; 
Samuel M. Schlom, Philadelphia. 

Dear U. S. A. ; a patriotic march song, 
words by M. E. Jones, music by 
Henry F. Smith [of U. S.] New 
York, Authors and composers service 
co. [2803 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442774; 
Mary Estelle Jones, Evans, Ga. 

Dear yesterday; words by Leslie L. 
Cooke, music by Frank Lambert [of 
England] ; in A flat. [2804 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435784 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

Deep Rtver. See Gillette (James R.) 
Three negro sketches. 



Democracy ; by A. Goetzl, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; hotel orch., B 
flat. 4to. [2805 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444340 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

words by Mrs. Z. Jones, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [2806 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442692; Mrs. Zeph Jones, Pine- 
dale, Wy. 

Democracy for all the world ; by 
Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] ; 
orch. [280T 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 444415; 
Warren T. W. Harris, Bridgeton, 
N. J. 

Democracy forever ; march and one- 
step, by Moret, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] and Joseph Lam- 
bert [of Belgium] (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, no. G 19634) [2808 
© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442952 ; Rythmodik music corp.,. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

Democracy, sweeping on (C'est la 
liberte qui s'avance) ; words by Wal- 
ter Crips, French text by Louis Dela- 
marre, music by Geo. V. Rankin [of 
U. S.] [2809* 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1918 ; 
E 444131; Walter Crips, pub. co., 
New York. 

Democracy's flag; words by W. E. 

Smith, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U.S.] [2810 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442626; 

Walter E. Smith, Johnston, R. I. 

Dentelles et chiffons ; duet, by Fred- 
eric d'Erlanger [of Great Britain] ; 
two pianos. [2811 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435825 ; Schott & co., London. 

D'Erlanger (Frederic) ; Caprice; by 
F. D'Erlanger [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. (Deux pieces pour piano, no. 
2) [2812 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435823 ; Schott & co., London. 

Deserving (The) father; words by 
W. M. Cunningham, melody by M. 
Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robin- 
son, of U. S.] [2813 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444575; 
Wm. M. Cunningham, Wheeling, W* 
Va. 



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Desolation ; English version by L. 
Cranmer Byng, tr. from Kao-Shih, 
music by G. M. Oaks [of U. S.] 

[2814 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443111; 
George M. Oaks, New York. 

Despondent: English version by L. 
Cranmer Byng, tr. from Ssii-K'ung 
T'u, music by G. M. Oaks [of U. S.] 

[2815 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443112; 
George M. Oaks, New York. 

Destroy the Kaiser, destroy the 
Kaiser ; words by S. Carpenter, 
music by Leonore Yon cler Lieth [of 
U. S.] [2816 

© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1918; E 443071; 
Samuel Carpenter, Los Angeles. 

Detroit's own 339th infantry ; 
march, by C. A. Arthur [of U. S.] ; 
arr. by Harry J. Lincoln [of U. S.] ; 
band, 4to. [2817 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444688; 
Chas. A. Arthur, Detroit. 

Dixie in Dixie once more; words by 
Leo Turner, music by J. Karp [of 
U. S.] New York, Liberty pub. co. 

[2818 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444404 ; James Karp, New York. 

Do not pass me by ; words by M. Vic- 
tor Staley, music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] [2819 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444162; Horner A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Doctor Cupid's school; words and 
music by G. Simons [of U. S.] [2820 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442730; 
Garwood Simons, San Francisco. 

Doring (Carl Heinrich) Eighteen 
studies ; in the most useful legato 
double-note passages for the equal 
development of the hands, by C. H. 
Doring, op. 46, with introductory 
notes tr. by Theo. Baker [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Library of musical classics, 
v. 1138) [2821 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
B 441960; G. Schirmer inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation.] 



Doll's (The) frolic; a doll maker's 

dream, words and music by Dudley 

Huntington McCosh [of U.S.] [2822 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; D 19894; 

George Henry Garrett, Portland, Or. 

172 



Don't forget the mother ; words by 
L. V. Alsever, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2823 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444228; 
Lauretta V. Alsever, Mallory, N. Y. 

Don't forget your mother, lad ; words 

by L. Higgins, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2824 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444244; 

Lillian Higgins, Metcalfe, Canada. 

Don't play with Uncle Sammy ; 
words by H. L. Blumberg, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [2825 
© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 442696 ; Harry L. Blumberg, 
• Baltimore. 

Don't say good bye; words by Arthur 
S. Josselyn, music by C. A. Fehlberg 
[of U. S.] [2826 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442738; Charles A. Fehlberg, 
Providence, R. I. 

Don't worry things will all come 

right some time; words and music 

by S. E. Miars [of U. S.] [2827 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 

E 443021; Stella E. Miars, Creston, 

la. 
Don't you hear the calling; words 

by C. T. Reid, music by Luther A. 

Clark [of U. S.] [2828 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 13, 

1919 ; E 444142 ; Chas. T. Reid, An- 

con, Panama. 

Doughboys to front ; march, by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[2829 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 444330; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Down by the cold hill-sidey; song, 
melody by Percy MacKaye [of U. S.] 
4to. [2830 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919 ; E 442563 ; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Down by the meadow brook ; words 
by Edgar Leslie, music by Pete 
Wendling [of U. S.] [2831 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 444418 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Down by the old maple tree, that's 
where I first met Marie ; words by 
M. F. Murphy, melody by M. Du- 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2832 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442517; 
Mary Frances Murphy, Aurora, 111. 



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2848 



Down wheke that jazz-band plays 

rag-time tunes ; words and nmsic by 

H. A. Robinson [of U. S.] [2833 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443160; 

Harry A. Robinson, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Down where the sparkling Roanoke 
wends its way ; words by S. N. Fur- 
gerson, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2834 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444813; Susie Nelson Fur- 
gerson, Halifax, N. C. 

Drake's drum ; two-part song, words 
by Henry Newbolt, music by S. Cole- 
ridge-Taylor [of England] ; women's 
voices. 4to. [2835 

© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 442792; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Dream (A) ; words by M. D'Elia, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2836 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444204; 
Michele D'Elia, Brooklyn. 

Dream of the golden West ; words by 

Henry Wads worth Morris, music by 

George Inman [of U. S.] [2837 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444025; 

Henry W. Morris, Shawmut, Cal. 

Dreaming (The) bride; waltz, by 

F. R. Bauer [of U. S.] ; piano. [2838 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 444059; 

Frank Rudolf Bauer, Allentown, Pa. 

Dreaming of home sweet home ; one- 
step, by Hanley, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] ; in C. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, no. J 102493) 

[2839 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442969; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation.] 

Dreaming of the past; words by F. 
Henkel, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2840 

© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444814; Fidelia Henkel, 
Milwaukee. 

Dreams ; words and music by Dave 
Harris, Joe Santly and Cliff Hess 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2841 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1919; E 444856; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. 



Dreams — Continued. 
words by Andrew B. Sterling, mu- 
sic by Harry Yon Tilzer [of U. S.l 

[2842 
© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442644; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

words by E. Vollmer, melody by 

James Vollmer [of U. S.] [2843 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444380;, 
Edward Vollmer, Philadelphia. 

Dreams that gave me you; words" 
and music by Billy Price Augustin 
[i. e., William Price Augustin, of 
IT. S.] New Orleans, La., Augustin 
pub. co. [2844 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443038 ; Wm. Price Augustin, New 
Orleans. 

Drei (Die) prinzessinen (La-Ksu- 
Feng) ; words by Hans Bethge, mu- 
sic by Julius Rontgen [of Holland] 
op. 66, no. 14 ; mezzo-sop. ( Chine- 
sische lieder, nr. 14: Wilhelm Han- 
sen edition, no. 1907) [2845 
© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435882; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Drums (The) of Admiral Drake; 
words by T. W. Morrison, melody 
by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [2846 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442514; 
Thomas W. Morrison, Glenholin,. 
Canada. 

Dry those tears, dear mothers ;: 
words by C. T. McCarthy, music by 
Thomas B. Lewis [of U. S.] Scran- 
ton, Pa., Whitmore music pub. co. 

[2847 
© Feb. 22, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1919; E 444442; Charles Thomas 
McCarthy, Parson, Pa. 

Duty (The) of all; words by T. 
Lowry, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [2848. 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444743 ; Trade Lowry, Em- 
poria, Kan. 

Easter carol annual; no. 11, com- 
piled by G. Schirmer, inc. [of U. S.] 
(8vo. choruses, no. 6796) Contents: 
Long ago, in Holy land ; Easter 
carol, words and music by Edward 
Shippen Barnes. — Christ is risen 
from the dead; based upon a Gre- 
gorian melody, arr. by E. S.- 
Barnes. — Give ear, give ear, good 
Christian men ; words by John Ma- 



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2849 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Eastee cakol annual — Continued, 
son Neale, music from the Piae can- 
tiones. — Past is Lenten sadness; by 
James H. Rogers; unchanged voices 
in unison. — O sons and daughters 
(O filii et filiae) ; ancient Easter 
hymn, arr. by J. H. Rogers; un- 
changed voices in unison. [2849 
© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444169; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Eastee caeols and choeuses no. 2; 
for Sunday schools, words by Elea- 
nor Allen Schroll and others, music 
compiled by J. H. Fillmore [of U. 
S.] 8vo. Cincinnati, Fillmore mu- 
sic house. [2850 
© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 444107; Fillmore bros. co., 
Cincinnati. 

Eastee vespees ; words by Frederick 
B. Hornby, music by Harry Rowe 
Shelley [of U. S.] ; low voice in C, 
violin obbl. [2851 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444047; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Easy pieces foe violin ; in the first 
position, by Frederick Hall [of Aus- 
tralia] ; with pianoforte ace. (Im- 
perial edition, no. 215) [2852 
© July 25, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 435820; Allan & co., pty., 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

Edith Cavell; words by J. R. Laver- 
ick, music by M. Cammarata [of 
U. S.] Iselin, Pa., Joseph Laverick 
:and M. Cammarata. [2853 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919 ; E 442561 ; Joseph R. Laverick 
& M. Cammarata, Wilson, Pa. 

Egyptian nights; words by Allan 
Flvnn, music by Philip Siragusa [of 
U. S.] [2854 

© Feb. 12, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1919; E 444019; Al Piantadosi & 
co., inc., New York. 

Eilidh Bhan. See Hopekirk (Helen) 
Five Scottish folk-songs. 



Eilleen allanna; words by E. S. 
Marble, music by J. R. Thomas, arr. 
by W. Rhys-Herbert [of U. S.] ; 
compiled by G. Burton; unison or 
mixed voices. 8vo. Community-sing 
book; Fischer ed., no. 4570) [2855 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442903; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

174 



Elegie. See Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) 
Lyric pieces. 

Elephant skid ; from the Overseas re- 
vue, words by Arthur Freed, music 
by Louis Silvers [of U. S.] [2856 
© Feb. 26, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1919; E 442990; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Elgae (Edwaed) Sonata; by E. Elgar 
[of England] op. 82; violin and pf. 

[2857 
© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435966; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Elizabethan (An) lullaby; words 
by W. A., music by Eric Coates [of 
Great Britain] [2858 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 435861 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Emancipation's call; words and mu- 
sic by F. R. Hall [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [2859 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444454; Fred R. Hall, De- 
troit. 

En bateau; by Debussy, played by 
Gertrude Henneman [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. 
J 19705) [2860 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442946; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

England; words and music by E. W. 
Miller [of Canada] [2861 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435847; Edward W. Miller, Tor- 
onto, Canada. 

Eteenal (The) God; words by R. N. 
Haas, melody by M. Peree [pseud, 
of Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of U. S.] 

[2862 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444576; 
Russell N. Haas, Middleburgh, Pa. 



Etoile de ma vie (Star of my life) ; 
celebre melodie anglaise, words by 
Mowbray Marras, version franchise 
de Pierre d'Amor, musique de Lao 
Silesu [of Italy] ; piano et chant. 
1. Do.— 2. Re.— 3. Mi bemol. 

[2863-2865 
© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
"1919; E 435596-435598; Chappell & 
co., ltd., Paris. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1919 



2883 



Eureka method for the piano ; by 
Septimus Winner [of U. S.] ed. and 
rev. by N. Clifford Page. 2 p. 1., 
81p. diagr. fol. [2866 

© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
aff. Feb. 20, 1919 ; A 511684 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. 

Europe land; words by A. G. Camp- 
bell, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2867 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444815; Alice G. Campbell, 
Adairville, Ky. 

Evening prayer ; by L. Leslie Loth [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Six very easy pieces, 
no. 1) [2868 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444176 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Eventyr ; tekst af Herman Wildenvey, 
musik af Sophus Andersen [of Den- 
mark] [2869 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435906; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Every place that Wilson goes, Mrs. 
Wilson goes along ; words and mel- 
ody by Chas. R. McCarron, Carey 
Morgan and Henry Lewis [of U. S.] 

[2870 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442932; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Every throb of my heart means you ; 
lyric by Phil. H. Armstrong, music 
by Ernest R. Ball [of U. S.] [2871 
© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443044 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Every town is your home town ; 
words by Margaret Widdemer, mu- 
sic by Gena Branscombe [i. e., Gena 
Branscombe Tenney, of U. S.] 1. 
Male quartette. — 2. Mixed voices. 
4to. New York, Chappell & co., ltd. 

[2872, 2873 
© Feb. 5, 1919; 2 c. each Feb. 6, 
1919; E 442916, 442917; War camp 
community service, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Everybody's jazzing now ; words and 
music by Harry and Burton Lester 
[of Great Britain] [2874 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435804; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



Everything is peaches down in 
Georgia; fox-trot, by Ager and 
Meyer, played by Donald Makay [of 
U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record mu- 
sic rolls, no. H 102264) [2875 
© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442957; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Eyes of blue; love song, words by 
Paul Bliss, music by P. A. Tirindelli 
[of U. S.] [2876 

© Feb. ]0, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444183; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

words by C. Wilbur Dexter, mel- 
ody by G. H. Bourne [of U. S.] 

[2877 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1919; E 444730; 
George H. Bourne, Flushing, L. I. 

Eyes of the army ; from the Overseas 
revue; lyric by Raymond B. Egan, 
music by Richard A. Whiting [of 
U. S.] [2878 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442993 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Face (The) that brings sweet sun- 
shine to me; words by Mrs. W. 
Gooden, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2879 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444787 ; Mrs. Willie Gooden, 
Waxahachie, Tex. 

Fairy snow ; words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by Jacqueline Hendrick [of 
U. S.] [2880 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442654 : M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Same. [2881 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444335 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Falling (The) ijiates ; by Mana-Zucca 
[of U. S.] op. 50, no. 9 ; piano. (Five 
nature pieces, second grade, no. IV) 

[2882 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444050; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Falling shadows ; words by Carson 

W. White, music by B. Bristow [of 

U. S.] [2883 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444193; 

Bonnie Bristow, Carl Junction, Mo. 



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2884 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Faj.se faces; words by Edgar Leslie, 
music by Pete Wendling [of U. S.] 

[2884 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444410; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Fak away in the land of caravan ; 
words by Roy Harvey [i. e., Leroy 
Alonzo Harvey] and Irving Lippner, 
melody by L. A. Harvey [of U. S.] 

[2885 
© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1918; E 441991; 
Leroy Alonzo Harvey, Venice, Cal. 

Farewell; words and music by I. L. 

Weile [of U. S.] 4to. [2886 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 

E 442752 ; Weile pub. co., St. Louis. 

Farewell America; words by M. H. 
Carter, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2887 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444785; Mabel H. Carter, 
Lignum, Va. 

Farewell old booze ; words and mel- 
ody by Nell Marshall [of U. S.] In 
Muskogee times democrat, v. xxv, 
no. 34) [2888 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444110 ; Mrs. Herbert L. Marshall, 
Muskogee, Okl. 

Farewell to France; words by A. J. 
Bertelson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2889 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442637; 
Albert J. Bertelson, Payson, Utah. 

Farmerette (The) ; words and music 
by Mrs. R. M. Boynton [of U. S.], 
arr. by the Williams duo [of U. S.] 

[2890 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442809; 
Mrs. R. M. Boynton, Los Angeles. 

Fatherless (The) children of 
France; words by T. B. Swift, 
music by J. M. Rogers [of U. S.], 
arr. by George H. Fairclough [of 
U. S.] St. Paul, Minn., J. C. Bram- 
well. [2891 

© Feb. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444057; Tryphena B. Swift and 
Julia M. Rogers, St. Paul. 

Fattre (Gabriel) Sonata; by G. 
Faure, op. 13, ed. by Charles Martin 
Loeffler [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[2892 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442527 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 



Festival Te Deum in C ; [words from 
the prayer book], music by Joseph 
Fletcher [of IT. S.] ; solos for bass 
and tenor, duett for sop. and alto, 
and full chorus. 4to. (Choir music, 
no. 61) [2893 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444130; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 

Feuillet d'album ; by Frederic d'Er- 
langer [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(Deux pieces pour piano, no. 1) 

[2894 
© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435822 ; Schott & co., London. 

Fifteenth (The) regiment; words 
and music by A. Miller [of U. S.], 
arr. by Thomas Smalls [of U. S.l 

[2895 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441999; 
Annabele Miller, New York. 

Fight on ; grand victory march, words 

by S. Carpenter, music by Leonore 

Von der Lieth [of U. S.] [2896 

© 1 c. Dec. .19, 1918 ; E 443070 ; 

Samuel Carpenter, Los Angeles. 

Fighting for freedom. See American 
battle songs of freedom. 

Fillmore's (Henry) jazz trombonist ; 
exercises by Henry Fillmore [of U. 
S.], slide trombone, bass clef. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 

[2897 
© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444676; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Findling (Jean) Two songs; English 
words by John Buntzen, Danish 
words and music by J. Findling [of 
Denmark] Contents : The best of all 
sweet mothers. — The shortest day. 

[2898 
© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435878; Jean Findling, Odense, 
Denmark. 

First charge of the cowboys ; song 
and march, words and music by F. 
J. O'Neill [of U. S.-] ; solo and quar- 
tet. 4to. [2899 
© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442814; Felix J. O'Neill, Stafford 
Springs, Conn. 

Flag (The) goes by; duet, words by 
Henry Holcomb Bennett, music by 
Carrie Bullard [pseud, of Caryl B. 
Rich, of U. S.] ; high and low voices. 

[2900 
- © July 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1919 : 
E 442795 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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2918 



Flag of our skies. See Gounod 
(Charles Frangois) 

Floo floo, flooie; the great sneeze 
song, words by G. K. Pierce, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2901 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442631; 
G. Kyle Pierce, Shellrock, la. 

Florence polka; by H. E. Rune [of 
U. S.] op. 130, no. 9; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [2902 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444567; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Flower's (The) kiss; words by Ed- 
ward Oxenford, music by Ralph 
Letts [of England] ; in A flat. 

[2903 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 435919; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
London. 

For Johnny and me; words by Lew 
Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer 
[of U. S.] [2904 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444583; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

For la belle France ; words by 
Charles Eugene Banks, music by 
L. E. Macgowan [of U. S.] [2905 
© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443026; Lillian E. Macgowan, 
Seattle. 

For liberty and peace; words by C. 
T. Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2906 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442845; 
C. T. Smith, Pittsburgh. 

For marching men ; words by Theresa 
Virginia Beard, music by H. Clough- 
Leighter [of U. S.] op. 65, no, 2; 
medium. [2907 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444067; Boston music co., Boston. 

For my daddy to come back to me; 
words by F. H. Barry, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2908 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443163; 
Frank H. Barry, Milwaukee. 

For our country's flag and you; 
words by Mrs. M. Tennyson Ready, 
music by A. L. Ready [of U. S.], arr. 
by Samuel H. Speck [of U. S.] 

[2909 
© 1 c, Jan. 13, 1919; E 444015; 
Arthur L. Ready, St. Paul. 



For the old Red, White and Blue; 
words by G. Lyman, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [2910 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444756; George Lyman, 
Gary, Ind. 

For the spirit of love that's shown 
in His grace ; words and music by 
M. A. Jackson [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [2911 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444466; M. A. Jackson, 
Donovan, Ga. 

For this one day; sacred solo, duet 
ad. lib., words and music by F. E. 
Hathaway [of U. S.] [2912 

© Jan. 27, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1919; E 444002; Franklin Earl 
Hathaway, Chicago. 

For Uncle Sam ; marching song of 

victory ; words and music by F. E. 

Brooks [of U. S.] [2913 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 442981; 

Florence E. Brooks, Pasadena, Cal. 

For your boy and my boy ; march one- 
step, by Van Alstyne, played by 
Victor Arden asstd. by W. E. D. 
[of U. S.] ; in C. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, no. J 102434) 

[2914 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442964; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation] 

FORAAR I RAADHUSHAVEN ; tekst af 

A. H., musik af Sophus Andersen 
[of Denmark] [2915 

© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435896; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Ford's auto rag ; words and melody 
by O. Hamilton [of U. S.], arr. by 
Carl Haller [of U. S.] [2916 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442812; 
Oce Hamilton, Brownwood, Tex. 

For-get-me-not ; words and melody 
by James Kendis and James Brock- 
man [of U. S.], arr. by Freda Apple- 
baum [of U. S.] [2917 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444761; 
Kendis, Brockman music co., inc., 
New York. 

up to date, words and music by 

C. W. Krogmann [of U. S.] [2918 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444013; 
Carrie W. Krogmann, Brookline, 
Mass. 



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Forgive and forget if you can ; words 
and music by Anita Owen [of U. S.] 
4to. [2919 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442533; Leo Feist, inc., New 

York. 

Forgiven' blues ; words and music by 

E. L. Cooke [of U. S.] New York, 

Cooke & Rice. [2920 

© Feb. 17, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444320; E. L. Cooke, Salt 
Lake City. 
Foundation of violin technique ; 
the essentials of the first position, 
the scales explained by a unique 
system of diagrams, [by J. Singer, 
of U. S.] 23 p. obi. 16mo. [2921 

© Jan. 1, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919; 
aft'. Feb. 1, 1919; A 512228; Joseph 
Singer, Chicago. 
Foundation to flute playing; an 
elementary method, simple, melodi- 
ous, interesting, complete [by] Er- 
nest F. Wagner [of U. S.] 1 p. 1., 
160 p., 1 1. fold, charts, fol. 

[2922 

© Nov. 30, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1919; aft. Feb. 3, 1919; A 511492; 

Carl Fischer, New York. 

Fea S0nderjylland ; tekst ubensevnt, 

musik af Carl Palner [of Denmark] 

[2923 

© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435893; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 
France, we've paid our debt to you; 
words by J. Nalbone, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2924 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444498; 
Joseph Nalbone, Brooklyn. 
Free America ; words and music by U. 
C. Street [of U. S.] [2925 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442472 ; U. 
C. Street, Broken Bow, Neb. 
Freedom for aye ; words and music by 
L. Moed [of U. S.] [2926 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444398; 

Louis Moed, Brooklyn. 

Frenchy come to Yankee land ; 

words by Sam Ehrlich, music by Con 

Conrad [of U. S.] [2927 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444252; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 
Freshmen of Guerin hall; St. Mary 
of the Woods college, words and 
music by Dorothy Abell Burns [of 
U. S.] Cincinnati, O., Jos. Krolage 
music co. 4to. [2928 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444256; Mother M. Cleophas, St. 
Mary of the Woods, Ind. 



Friend of the world ; poem by Harriet 
Gay lord, music by Henry Hadley [of 
U. S.] [2929 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 
E 443000; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Friends ; words and melody by How- 
ard Johnson, Geo. W. Meyer and Joe 
Santly [of U. S.], arr. by G. W. 
Meyer. [2930 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442712; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Fritz couldn't lose, his old wooden 
shoes ; words by C. J. North, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2931 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442625; 
Chas. J. North, Buffalo. 

From a wandering iceberg. See Mac 
Dowell (Edward Alexander) 

Funiculi-funicula ; by Denza, played 
by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] ; in E 
flat. ( Rvthmodik record music rolls, 
no. H 102222) [2932 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442947; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Gade. See Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) 
Lyric pieces. 

Gaelic lullaby and love-song. See 
Hopekirk (Helen) Five Scottish 
folk-songs. 

Gallant (The) one hundred and sec- 
ond ; words by E. Babcock, music by 
Artie Bowers [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors and composers service co. 

[2933 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442717; 
Edna Babcock, Waterbury, Conn. 

Garden (The) of love; words by 

Lucien Denni [of U. S.] [2934 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 

E 444726 ; J. W. Jenkins son's music 

co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Garland (A.) Two Christmas melo- 
dies ; duet, arr. by A. Garland [of 
U. S.] ; piano, four hands. Con- 
tents : O holy night. Adeste fidelis. 

[2935 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442546; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 

- delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 



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2952 



•Gen. John J. Peeshing — the fight- 
ing man ; words by E. J. Goodwin, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[2936 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444775; Edw. J. Goodwin. Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

General Peeshing; one-step, by Van- 
dersloot, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] and Joseph Lambert [of Bel- 
gium] ; in C. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, no. X102283) [2937 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442954; Rythmodik music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Gentle shadows ; cradle song, words 
by Laszlo Schwartz, music by Helen 
Ware [of U. S.] ; with violin obbl. 

[2938 
© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442651 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Geemans (The) must pay foe it all ; 
words by J. P. Carnevari, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. . [2939 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444742; Joe P. Canevari, 
Port Arthur, Tex. 

Get out on the fieing line; words 
and music by V. Thornberry [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[2940 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444304; Virginia Thornberry, 
Smith Mills, Ky. 

Gethsemane ; by A. L. Hamilton [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [2941 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 443117; 

Archie Lindsey Hamilton, Dayton, O. 

Gianni Schicchi. See Puccini (Gia- 
como) Tabarro, Suor Angelica [e] 
Gianni Schicchi. 

Gigue ; by R. Orlando Morgan [of 
Great Britain] op. 48, piano. (Deux 
morceaux, no. 1) [2942 

© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435829 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Giles Faenaby's deeam ; by Giles Far- 
naby, ed. by Clarence Dickinson [of 
U. S.] ; organ. (Historical recital 
series, no. 25) Contents: His 
dream. — His rest. — His humour. 

[2943 
© Feb. 10. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444032 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 



Gillette (James R.) Three negro 
sketches ; trans, and har. by J. R. 
Gillette [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. 
(Compositions for organ, no. 4586) 
Contents: Deep River. — The angels 
done changed my name. — Nobody 
knows the trouble I see. [2944 

© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444682; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription and harmonization.] 

Gipsy Davy ; song, melody by Percy 
Mac Kaye [of U. S.] 4to. [2945 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919 ; E 442562 ; H. W. Gray co. New 
York. 

Giel (The) feom the U. S. A.; words 
and music by W. A. Cook [of U. S.] 

[2946 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444559 ; Walter A. Cook, Albany. 

Giel (The) I love to think about is 
mothee; words and music by B. 
Wilson [of U. S.] [2947 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444690; 
Burle W T ilson, Cincinnati. 

Giel (The) in khaki; words and 
music by L. E. Van Zile [of U. S.] 

[2948 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444239; 
Leon E. Van Zile, New York. 

Giel o' mine; words by V. E. Gowen, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
North American music co. [2949 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444755 ; Virginia E. Gowen, 
Philadelphia. 

Giel of my dbeams ; words by Mrs. 
J. M. Porter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2950 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444211; 
Mrs. J. M. Porter, Fort Morgan, Col. 

Giel (The) who helps the man be- 
hind the gun ; from Tom, Tom the 
piper's son, words by Arthur Stanley, 
music by Charles H. Peters [of 
Great Britain] [2951 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435800; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Gielie, gielie; fox trot, by F. Wars- 
hauer [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[2952 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442808; 
Frank Warshauer, New York. 



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Giuseppina al maee ; inazurka, melody 

by G. Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled 

at Brooklyn, N. Y.] [2953 

© 1 e. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444410; 

Giuseppe Tarantola, Brooklyn. 

GlV MIG MIN DEENG TILBAGE ; tekst af 

Marx Gerhard, musik af Sophus An- 
dersen [of Denmark] [2954 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435907; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Give; words by J. A. Browne, melody 

by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 

Fisher, of U. S.] [2955 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442522; 

J. Arthur Browne, Richmond. 

Give a cheer foe the boys over 
there ; words by R. M. Evans, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[2956 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444827 ; Ruth Marie Evans, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Give ear, give ear, good Christian 
men. See Easter carol annual. 

Give him a job ; words and melody by 
L. Turner [of U. S.] [2957 

'© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444106; 
Leo Turner, New York. 

Give me back my childhood ; words by 

Mrs. A. R. Booth, music by Andrew 

J. Baird [of U. S.] [2958 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442864; 

Mrs. A. R. Booth, Middletown, N. Y. 

Give me the stars in Old Glory; 
words by D. R. Croft, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2959 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444811 : Dora Reeves Croft, 
Portland, Or. 

Give me your sweetest smile again ; 

lyric and music by F. E. Moll (of 

U. S.] [2960 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 443059; 

Frederick Emil Moll, Brooklyn. 

Glory ; a banquet song, by A. D. Kas- 
talsky, literal translation by Vera 
Johnston, English adaptation by N. 
Lindsay Norden [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Russian choruses, no. 
4592) [2961 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442558; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.} 



Glory (The) of peace; international 
war song, words and music by Mr. 
and Mrs. S. H. Frazier [of u/s.] 

[2962- 
© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1919 ; E 442552 ; Stanley H. Frazier, 
Gainesville, Mo. 

Go on, mule; a folk song of the 
Southern war camps, contributed by 
Fletcher J. Bryant, developed by R. 
Nathaniel Dett [of U. S.] ; compiled 
by G. Burton ; unison or mixed 
voices. 8vo. (Community - sing 
book; Fischer ed.. no. 4570) [2963 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25,. 
1919; E 442904; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

God sent an angel down from the 
sky, and that angel was you", 
words by J. D. Brown, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2964 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444496; 
Jesse D. Brown, Huntsville, Ala. 

God's service flag; words by Jose- 
phine Wilhelm Wickser, music by M. 
White [of U. S.] [2965- 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444393; 
Millicent White, Buffalo. 

Gotter (Der) triumphmarsch (The 
gods triumphal march) ; aus dem 
ballett Thrymskviden, von J. P. E. 
Hartmann, arr. von Nicolaj Hansen 
[of Denmark] ; salonorchester. 4to. 
(Heimdal, nr. 32) [2966 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 433898; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Going back to home folks ; words by 
L. H. Gill, music by Leo Friedman: 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2967 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444818; Luetta H. Gill, Las 
Vegas, Nev. 

Golden dreams ; waltzes, by G. F. 
Reaves [of U. S.] ; piano. [2968 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444695 ; G. Franklin Reaves, Bran- 
dentown, Fla. 

Golden harps are sounding. See Thou 
great comfort. 

Golden leaves ; words by D. F. Sprink- 
ling, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2969 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442820; 
D. F. Sprinkling, Victoria, Canada.- 



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2988 



Golden star ; words and music by Lu- 
cille Morgan [of U. S.] [2970 
© Dec. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442753 ; Weile pub. co., St. Louis. 

Gone west ; words and music by A. H. 
Kepley [of U. S.], arr. by Ruby 
Huffman Johnson [of U. S.] [2971 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443032; Ada H. Kepley, Effing- 
ham, 111. 

Good-bye; patriotic war song, words 

by H. E. Turner, music by F. W. 

Allis [of U. S.] [2972 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 

E 444127; F. W. Allis, Hartford. 

(Angoisses) ; romance, by H. 

Huyts [of Great Britain] ; op. 24, 
piano. [2973 

© Jan. 14, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 435813; Bosworth & co., 
London. 

Good-bye, Baegeavia ; from The royal 
vagabond, lyric and music by George 
M. Cohan [of U. S.] [2974 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443042 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Good-bye, deae old Feance; words by 

C. B. Van Derbur, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2975 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442624; 

Cora B. Van Derbur, Lakewood, Cal. 

Good-bye, deae old Yankee land, 
hello Feance ; words by R. Long, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[2976 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444829; Ruth Long, Hagerstown, 
Md. 

Good-bye, deae sunny Feance ; words 

by L. B. Trask, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2977 

© 1 c. Feb. 12. 1919; E 442615; 

Leo B. Trask, Detroit. 

Good-bye, Feance; words by N. C. 
Creech, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2978 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442871; 
Norman C. Creech, Kline, S. C. 

Good bye Feance, how aee you Uncle 
Sam ; words by I. Westin, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2979 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442476 ; Irv- 
ing Westin, Parksville, N. Y. 



Good-bye Feance, we'ee going home ; 

words by F. E. Garrison, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2980 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; E 444511 ; F. 

E. Garrison, Camden, N. J. 

Good bye Feance, we'ee going to leave 
you now ; words and melody by L. 
Stroud [of U. S.], arr. by Thos. F. 
Cornell [of U. S.] [2981 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442671; 
Lynn Stroud, Detroit. 

Good bye, Maey, it won't be long till 
I come back ; words by B. B. Kent, 
music by Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors and composers 
service co. [2982 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442768; 
Billy B. Kent, Atlanta- 

Good-bye mothee; words by N. C. 

Creech, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.I [2983 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442870; 

Norman C. Creech, Kleine, S. C. 

Good-bye mothee don't you woeey 
ovee me ; words and music by R. T. 
Fleming [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [2984 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444298; Robert T. Fleming, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

Goodbye mothee I'll eetuen some 
day; words by W. H. Powell, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. • 

[2985 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444786; Wm. H. Powell, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 

Goodbye, Mothee Macheee ; one-step, 
by Ball, played by Victor Arden 
asstd. by W. E. D. [of U. S.] ; in E 
flat. ( Ry thmodik record music rolls, 
no. J 102463) [2986 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442965; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 

Good-bye, mothee o' mine; words by 

T. B. Livingston, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2987 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444536; 

T. B. Livingston, Colon, Panama. 

Good-bye mothee, old and geay ; words 
by D. Forton, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [2988 

© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444758 ; Dillies Forton, Tra- 
verse City, Mich. 



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Good bye my deae old mother; words 
by F. Zilz, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2989 

© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444805 ; Fred Zilz, Detroit. 

Good bye my old Kentucky ; words 
and music by S. Barron [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [2990 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442779; 
Stanley Barron, Buffalo. 

Good-bye sweetheart, I'm on my way 
to war ; words by J. H. Mark, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[2991 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442674; John H. Mark, Mount 
Union, Pa. 

Good bye to Germany ; words by J. A. 
Wright, music by Frank W. Ford [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors & com- 
posers service co. [2992 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444430; 
J. A. Wright, Amelia, C. H., Va. 

Good ( The ) old farm ; words by A. 
Burns, music by Franz Von Loew [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors & com- 
posers service co. [2993 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442716; 
Annie Burns. Duluth, Minn. 

Good (The) old navy; words by R. 
Payne, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [2994 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444767; Rob't Payne, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 

Good (The) old U. S. A. ; words and 
music by L. Willis [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [2995 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444299; Lucie Willis, Joaquin, 
Tex. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) The flag 
of our skies ; patriotic march, words 
by Francis P. Donnelly [of U. S.], 
music by C. Gounod, arr. by J. P. 
Weston ; mixed voices. 4to. [2996 

© June 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 442793; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
words] 



Gounod (Charles Francois) — Contd. 

Ride on, ride on in majesty ; sa- 
cred song, music by C. Gounod, 
adapted and arr. by Harold V. Mil- 
ligan [of U. S.] ; in E and C. [2997 
© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 17 r 
1919 : E 444166 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation and arrangement] 

Grandest (The) one of all, our Pres- 
ident Woodrow Wilson ; words by 
G. H. McFarland, music by Frank W. 
Ford [of U. S.] [2998 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444125; George H. McFarland, 
Elmford, N. Y. 

Grandmother's minuet. See Grieg 
(Edvard Hagerup) Lyric pieces. 

Gratitude. See Grieg (Edvard Hage- 
rup) Lyric pieces. 

Graziella ; polka, melody by G. Taran- 
tola [of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn, 
N. Y.] [2999 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444409; 
Giuseppe Tarantola, Brooklyn. 

Great (The) adventure; words by 
Kendall Banning, music by Gena 
Branscombe [i. e., Gena Branscombe 
Tenney, of U. S.] ; sop. or ten., 
mezzo-sop. or baritone. (Songs of 
the unafraid [no. 3] ) [3000 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 444094 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Great America ; words by P. D. 
Becker, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [3001 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444445; 
Philip D. Becker, Butte, Mont. 

Greetings to Diaz ; march by L. I. 
Liggy of U. S. ; instrumental. [3002 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 444329; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Lyric 
pieces; suite 1, by E. Grieg, op. 57, 
no. 2, arr. by R. Jungnickel [of 
U. S.] ; orch., with violin obbl., 
piano and harmonium ad lib. (Ar- 
tists' orchestra repertoire, no. 28) 
Contents :— 1. Gade.— 2. Elegie.— 
3. Gratitude. — 4. Grandmother's 
minuet.— 5. At the cradle. [3003 

© Feb. 26, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1919; E 442983; Ross Jungnickel, 
• New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



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3020 



Gbieg (Edvakd Hagerup)— Continued. 

Springtanz (Rustic dance); har- 

monisirt von E. Grief [of Norway], 
arr. von Nicolaj Hansen [of Den- 
mark] ; salon-orchester. 4to. (Heim- 
dal, nr. 36) [3004 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435903; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Guard (The) house blues; words 
and music by Ben Garrison [of U. 
S.] (Army series, no. 1) [3005 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 444253; Harry Nagle, In- 
dianapolis. 

Gypsy (The) rover; a romantic mu- 
sical comedy in three acts, book, 
lyrics and music by May Hewes 
Dodge and John Wilson Dodge [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3006 

© Jan. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
8. 1919 ; A 510307 ; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Hail Pershing ; words by P. Heibach. 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3007 

© 1 c. Feb. 21. 1919; E 442846; 
Phillip Heibach, Canton, O. 

Hail, Sewanee; words and music by 
S. D. Thurmond [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [3008 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444111: Sonia D. Thur- 
mond, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Hail to the waving elags of vic- 
tory ; words and music by C. L. 
Sumner [of U. S.] [3009 

© Feb. 17. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444314; Caroline Louise 
Sumner, Norwood, N. Y. 

Hall to you, O soldiers brave (Bien- 
venus braves soldats) ; words and 
music by C. M. Fernandes [of U. 
S], arr. by Albertus Kanrich [of 
U. S.] [3010 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 442713; 
Cesar Fernandes, Fall River, Mass. 

Hallelujah, Christ, the Lord, is 
risen (Hallelujah, Christus ist er- 
standen) ; words from the Bible, 
music by M. H. Schumacher [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3011 

© Jan. 2, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 442765; Martin H. Schu- 
macher, Jefferson, Wis. 



Hampton court ; suite, by Christopher 
a Becket Williams [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. Contents : — A la pas- 
sepied. — In the time of Watteau. — 
Powder and patches. [3012 

© Feb. 3, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1919; E 435912; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Happy day; mazurka, by L. M. Roth 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [3013 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1919; E 444247; Lilian Marguerite 

Roth, Allen town, Pa. 

Happy sparrows ; polka rondo, by Ed- 
uard Hoist [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3014 
© Dec. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444003; National music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Hark ! Uncle Sam is calling ; words 
and music by Mrs. W. Wegener [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[3015 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 444296 ; Mrs. Wm. Wegener, 
Newark, N. J. 

Harp of the woodland ; from the al- 
bum The love spell, words by Helen 
Taylor, music by Easthope Martin 
[of England] ; in A. [3016 

© Dec. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435786; Enoch & sons, London. 

Hats off to the boys in khaki ; 
words by S. H. Weaver, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3017 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444754: Sarah H. Weaver, 
Westbury, N. Y. 
Hawaiian nights ; waltz, by Lee S. 
Roberts, arr, by Dave Kaplan [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3018 

© Feb. 20. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1919; E 442803; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

He is risen; Easter carol, words by 
Cecil Frances Alexander, music by 
Frances McCollin [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Church music re- 
view, no. 521) [3019 
© Feb. 17, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444331; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

He may come back some day; words 

bv W. J. McMullen, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3020 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444229; 

Wm. J. McMullen, Hornell, N. Y. 



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He's the man behind the man be- 
hind the gun ; words and music bv 
F. Blumenthal [of U. S.] [3021 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442859; 
Fritz Blumenthal, Oklahoma City, 
Okl. 

Heaet of humanity; words by Roy 
Turk, music by Ray Perkins [of 
U. S.] [3022 

© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919; E 444149; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Heart-sickness blues ; words by Sam 
Coslow, music by Peter DeRose [of 
U. S.] [3023 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30. 1919 ; 
E 444036; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Heaet (A) that is lined with gold; 
words by J. R. Hawkins, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3024 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442819; 
J. R. Hawkins, Lexington, N. C. 

Heaven (The) of your love; words 

by W. W. Fulcher, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] 3025 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444213; 

W. W. Fulcher, Raleigh, N. C. 

Heavenly (The) strains of love; 
sacred duet or solo, words by M. 
Norman, music bv Z. Sommerfeldt 
[of U. S.] [3026 

© Oct. 15, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 3, 1919; 
E 440929 ; Mabel Norman and Zelma 
Sommerfeldt, St. Louis. 

Hel krigst di hel ; words and music 
by Louis Fricdsell [of U. S.] [3027 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919: E 444440; 
Isaac Naiburg, New York. 

Hello Jack, I'm glad you're back ; 

words bv J. J. Kenny, music bv J. E. 

Audi no [of U. S.] * [3028 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444493; 

John J. Kenny, Hoboken. N. J. 

Hello ! Miss Liberty ; words and 

music by D. Brown [of U. S.] New 

York. D. Brown music co. [3029 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 

E 444185 ; Dave Brown, New York. 

Hello ! mother I'm back home ; words 
by Bobbv Heath, music by Sam Gold 
[of U. S.] [3030 

© Feb. 11. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14. 1919 ; 
E 444083 ; Bobby Heath, inc., Phila- 
delphia. 



Hello, my dear old U. S. A. ; words 

and music by J. L. Thomas, jr. [of 

U. S.] [3031 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442474; 

Joseph L. Thomas, jr., So. Bend, Ind. 

Hello ! Sweetheart, hello ; words by 

J. W. Betscher, music by R. E. Veitii 

[of U. S.] [3032 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444535; 

J. W. Betscher, Cincinnati. 

Help carry the Red, White and 
Blue; words by Mrs. F. M. Wag- 
gener, music by Leo Friedman [of 
TJ. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3033 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442706; Mrs. F. M. Waggener, 
Kahoka, Mo. 

Help Uncle Sam down the Kaiser ; 
words by M. M. Holtz. music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3034 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442701 ; Minnie M. Holtz, Wood- 
stock, 111. 

Hendeik Hudson ; words by Malcolm 

Douglas, music by W. J. Pond [of 

U. S.] [3035 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 

E 444151 ; Walter J. Pond, New York. 

Hennes budskap (Ihre botschaft) ; 
words by J. L. Runeberg, music by 
Ture Rangstrom [of Sweden] (Idyll, 
no. 4) [3036 

© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435873; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Her only boy ; words and music by 
C. Baker [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [3037 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28. 1919 ; 
E 444481; Carrie Baker, Martins- 
burg, W. Va. 

Her sweetheart went across the 
sea : words and music by J. B. Love 
[of U. S.], arr. bv- Chauncey Haines. 
Los Angeles, Cal., Chas. W. Hatch 
music pub. co. [3038 

© Feb. 15. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444406: James B. Love, Long 
Beach, Gal. 

Here are we Yankees bringing peace 
from old Berlin shore ; words by 
R. L. M. Mabrv, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3039 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E. 443166; 
Rachel L. M. Mabry, Carbondale, 111. 



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3054 



Here comes the Booby-boo ; from 
Hurry along to pleasureland, words 
bv James Wilson, music by Ronald 
Franklin [of England] [3040 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435850; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
London. 

Hero (A) of the western drive; 
words and music by G. Cook [of 
Canada] [3041 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444699; Geo. Cook, Dundas, Can- 
ada. 

Heroes (The) of the U. S. A.; words 
by Mrs. M. A. Wilcox, melody by M. 
Peree [pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robin- 
son, of U. S.] [3042 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444579; 
Mrs. M. A. Wilcox, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Hero's (The) return ; words by M. G. 
Kleinz, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3043 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442639; 
Margaret G. Kleinz, Philadelphia. 

Hesperus ; words by Bliss Carman, 
music by Alma Goatley [of Great 
Britain] ; mezzo sop. or bar., sop. or 
ten. (Songs of Sappho, no. 4) 

[3044 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435961; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Himalya ; a song of the Orient, words 
by Frank H. Warren, music by S. R. 
Henry and Domenico Onivas [pseud, 
of Domenico Savino, of U. S.], arr. 
by D. Onivas. [3045 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442727; 
Henry R. Stern, New York. 

Himno de la raza; letra por Fran- 
cisco Quer de Barcelo, mtisica por S. 
Spada, arr. por A. G. Alfonso [of 
Mexico, domiciled at Los Angeles] 
Los Angeles, Cal. Asociacion his- 
panoamericana. [3046 

© Dec. 20, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1918; E 442936; Sixto Spada, Los 
Angeles. 

Hindu Rose ; oriental vamp, words by 
Louis Weslyn, music by Neil Moret 
[of U. S.] [3047 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1919; E 443050; Daniels & Wilson, 
inc., New York. 



Hindustan ; fox - trot by Wallace- 
Weeks, played by Victor Arden 
asstd. by W. E. D. [of U. S.] ; in C. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. 
H 102373) [3048 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442943; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. 

Hip, hip, hooray ; words and music by 
T. J. Bickel [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3049 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444478; Thomas J. Bickel, 
Jasonville, Ind. 

words by Mrs. W. E. Ward, music 

by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[3050 
© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442687; Mrs. W. E. Ward, 
Antlers, Okl. 

His dream. See Giles Farnaby's 
dream. 

His humour. See Giles Farnaby's 
dream. 

His mother ; poem by Louise P. Hauck, 
music by S. E. Carter [of U. S.] 
Oskaloosa, la., University music co. 

[3051 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443033; Shirley Edward Carter, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

His rest. See Giles Farnaby's 
dream. 

Hold fast, Tommies, here comes 
Uncle Sam; words by Mrs. W. C. 
Cochran, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3052 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 442700 ; Mrs. W. C. Cochran, 
Midland, Tex. 

Hold the line, we're coming boys, 
we're coming millions strong; 
words by M. N. Keith, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3053 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444768; Margaret Newkirk 
Keith, Lockport, 111. 

Hollandaise; dance romantique, by 
Paul Loraine [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [3054 

© Feb. 13, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 435818; Allan & co. prop, 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 



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Holy (Alfred) Twenty-four easy 
studies for the harp ; by A. Holy [of 
U. S.] op. 26. 4to. [3055 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
18, 1919; A 511627; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 

Home; words and music by J. F. 
Houchins [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [3056 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444487 ; J. F. Houchins, St. 
Louis. 

Home again; words and music by 

D. C. Thomas [of U. S.] Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., E. Humphrey Owen, mu- 
sic pub. Caxton press. [3057 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 444143; David C. Thomas, Ed- 
wards ville, Pa. 

America for me, words by Henry 

Van Dyke, music by Myrtle Church 
Hopkirk [of U. S.] [3058 

© Dec. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444000; National music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Home again, boys, home again, back 
across the sea ; words and music 
by H. L. Brown [of U. S.] Victory 
issue. [3059 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444436 ; Harry Leslie Brown, 
Laconia, N. H. 

Home again my soldiee boy ; words 

and music by S. Miars [of U. S.], 

arr. by B. Wise [of U. S.] [3060 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442549 ; Stella Miars, Creston, la. 

Home (A) in Dixie; words by M. 

Reece, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [3061 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442760; 

Myrtle Reece, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Homeland (The) ; words and music 

by Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[3062 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1919; E 444160; Homer A. Rode- 

heaver, Chicago. 

words by E. M. Taylor, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3063 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442848; 
Elizabeth M. Taylor, Mobridge, S. D. 
Homeland of mine ; words and music 
by Walter Lewis [of Great Brit- 
ain 1 ; in F. [3064 
© Feb. 28, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1919; E 435958; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 



Honey-moon; words by Charles E. 
Byrne, music by Charley Straight 
[of U. S.] [3065 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; E 444124 ; 
Henry Burr music Corp., New York. 

Honolula hula; by Wm. J. Murray 
[of U. S.] ; steel guit, regular guit., 
and ukulele. Cincinnati, O., Roach- 
Frankland. [3066 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444388; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Hookah dream ; oriental trot, by H. O. 
Hennemann [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[3067 
© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1919 ; 
E 443119; Henry O. Hennemann, 
Irvington, N. J. 

Hooray; words and music by M. A. 
Mullen [of U. S.] Philadelphia, M. 
D. Swisher. [3068 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919 ; E 442745 ; M. A. Mullen, Phila- 
delphia. 

Hopekirk (Helen) Five Scottish 
folk-songs ; trans, by H. Hopekirk 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Contents: Land 
o' the Leal. — Turn ye to me. — Gaelic 
lullaby and love-song. — Aye wakin 
O— Eilidh Bhan. [3069 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444061 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 

Hour so entrancing ; part-song, words 
by Geo. Cooper, music by Eduardo 
Marzo [of U. S.] op. 45; women's 
voices. (Fischer's octavo edition of 
choruses for treble voices, no. 4591.) 

[3070 
© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
. E 444680; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

How are you goin' to wet your 

WHISTLE WHEN THE WHOLE DARN 

world goes dry; by Percy Wenrich, 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [3071 

© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444853; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

words and music by Francis 

Byrne, Frank Mclntyre and Percy 

Wenrich [of U. S.] 4to. [3072 

© Fob. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

• E 442535; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. 



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3089 



How beautiful is night ; part song, 
words by Robert Southey, music by 
Duncan W. Dearie [of England] ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Part songs, 
no. 98) [3073 

© Jan. 29, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 435852 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

How I'd tike to be a soldier just 
back from France; words by B. 
Futterman, music by J. E. Andino 
[of U. S.] [3074 

© Feb. 17, 1919; E 444241; Ben- 
jamin Futterman, New York. 

How much longer; words by A. H. 
Fox, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [3075 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444789 ; A. H. Fox, Chicago. 

Huguenot (A) battle hymn ; free tr. 
from the French with adaptation of 
some lines from an ancient psalter, 
by Philip E. Browning, air from 
French psalter, arr. by David Stan- 
ley Smith [of U. S.l 8vo. (Supple- 
mentary hymns, no. 10) [3076 
© Feb. 27, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444592; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Hum and whistle it; from Box o' 
tricks, words by Douglas Furber, 
music by A. Emmett Adams [of 
Great Britain] [3077 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435799; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Humoreske; af Emil Sjogren [of 
Sweden] op. 41, nr. 3, arr. af Nico- 
la j Hansen [of Denmark] ; salon- 
orchester. 4to. (Heimdal, nr. 37) 

[3078 
© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435902; Wilhelm Hansen,. 
Copenhagen. 

HUNDRA VA.GAR HAR MIN TANKE (Hun- 

dert weg 'zieht mein gedanke) ; 

words by J. L. Runeberg, music by 

Ture Rangstrom [of Sweden] (Idyll, 

no. 6) [3079 

© Oct. 26, 1918; 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1918: E 435875; Wilhelm Hansen, 

Copenhagen. 

Hurrah for our empire ; words by H. 

Wilson, music by Frank W. Ford 

[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 

composers service co. [3080 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444431; 

Hugh Wilson, Toronto, Canada. 



Hurrah for the victory we have 
won ; words by Mrs. J. Kilbride, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3081 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442829; 
Mrs. James Kilbride, Fort Logan, 
Mont. 

Hurrah ! hurrah ! America ; words by 
W. Buchanan, music by Frank W. 
Ford [of U. S.] New York, Authors 
and composers service co. [3082 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442769; 
Wessie Buchanan, Florence, S. C. 

Hurrah, we're going to Berlin ; words 
by J. H. Mills, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3083 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442680; John H. Mills, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Hush a-bye ; waltz, words and melody 
by M. L. Jeffords of U. S.] [3084 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444079; 
Minnie Lee Jeffords, New York. 

Hush little baby ; lullaby, words and 
music by C. Roberts [of U. S.] New 
York, International music house. 

[3085 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 444399 ; Carey Roberts, New York. 

I ain't gonna give nobody none o' 
this jellyroll; words and music 
by Spencer W T illiams and Clarence 
Williams [of U. S.] [3086 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442784; Williams & Piron, Chi- 



I AM GLAD YOU WERE A SOLDIER BOY', 

words by A. White, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3087 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442824; 
Arthur White, Richmond. 

I AM GOING BACK TO DEAR OLD DIXIE ; 

words and music by T. Royer [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[3088 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444479; Theresa Royer, New- 
ark, O. 

I believe; words by Charlotte G. Ho- 
mer, music by Chas. H .Gabriel [of 
U. S.] [3089 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444163; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 



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I CAN HIT EVERYTHING BUT THE BALL; 

words and music by L. Field [of 
U. S.] [3090 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444674; 
Lang Field, New York. 

I can't forget you; words by Jack 
Bernhardt, music by J. Webb [of 
U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Songcraft co. 

[3091 
© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444693 ; Jack Webb, Buffalo. 

I'd like to call you mother; words 
by E. Cripps, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3092 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444834 ; Emma Cripps, Rock- 
wood, Canada. 

I'd rather be lonely than talked 
about ; widow song, words and music 
by H. M. Lindoft [of U. S.] [3093 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442555; 
Hazel Madeliene Lindoft, Los An- 
geles. 

I do love you ; duet, words and music 
by Clarkson Rose [of Great Brit- 
ain]' [3094 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435806; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I DON'T CARE IE SOMEONE HAS MY JOB, 
IF SOMEONE HASN'T GOT MY GIRL ; 

words by E. O. Campbell, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3095 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442842; 
E. O. Campbell, Elbridge, N. Y. 

I don't want a bloomin' German hel- 
met; words by Austin Melford, mu- 
sic by Arthur Wood [of Great Brit- 
ain] [3096 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435803; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I don't want to love no one but you ; 
words and music by Lew Brown, 
Will Stoddard and Rubey Cowan [of 
U. S.] [3097 

© Feb. 18, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444582; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

I dreamed of peace; words and music 



by V. Thornberry [of U. S.j Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [3098 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444305;) Virginia Thorn- 
berry, Smith Mills, Ky. 

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I GOTTA GO RIGHT STRAIGHT HOME TO 

my girl; words by E. P. MacPher- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3099 

© 1 c. Feb. 21. 1919; E 442840; 
EstellPi P. MacPherson, Toronto, 
Canada. 

I HAD A GOOD WOMAN, BUT THE FOOL 

lay down and dled ; words by H. A. 
Dunlap and Walter F. Bowker, mu- 
sic by H. A. Dunlap [of U. S.], arr. 
by F. B. Herrle [of U. S.] [3100 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442554; 
Howard A. Dunlap, Sulphur Springs, 
Tex. 

I have come back to you; words by 
A. Sweet, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton of U. S.] [3101 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442459; 
Al Sweet, Oakland, Cal. 

I hear the bugles calling, Mollie; 
words by T. U. Coe, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3102 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444825; Timothy U. Coe, 
Nicaragua, G. A. 

I heard you singing; words by John 
Stapelton, music by E. Edwin Crerie 
[of U. S.] [3103 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1919 ; E 442999 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

I'll be back, so keep the lovelight 
shining; words by William Laza- 
rus, music by Harley E. Cash [of 
U. S.] Rochester, N. Y., Bernard, 
Scheib & co. [3104 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 443058; William Lazarus, Roch- 
ester. 

I'll be rich when I marry you ; lyric 
by W. J. McCarthy, music by Henry 
I. Marshall [of U. S.] [3105 

© Feb. 27, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 2£, 
1919; E 444588; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. . 

I'll be there my little girlie ; words 

by N. P. Reed, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3106 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442640; 

N. P. Reed, Pembroke, Va. 



I'll be your sweetheart, mamma; 



words by J. R. Rosenbaum, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3107 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444522; 
J. R. Rosenbaum, Davenport, la. 



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I'll come back to you in cherry 
time ; words by A. O. Brummel, mel- 
ody by K. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[3108 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444447; 

August O. Brummel, Catonsville, Md. 

I'll make you say you love me; 
words and music by T. W. Arter [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delrnar music co. 

[3109 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444452; Thomas W. Arter, 
Bellaire, O. 

I'll not come back to you ; words by 
R. E. Allen, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3110 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442643; 
Ruth E. Allen, Geneva, N. Y. 

I'll treat you like you were a baby, 
like a wonderful, wonderful 
child ; words and music by J. Gard- 
ner [of U. S.] Dallas, Tex., Jack 
Gardner co. [3111 

© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1918 ; 
E 441989; Jack Gardner, Dallas. 

I'll wait for you ; lyric by Gus Kahn, 
music by Egbert Van Alstyne [of 
U. S.] [3112 

© Feb. 27, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444589 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

I LONG TO LINGER LONGER, DEARIE, I LOVE 

the river and you ; f l'om Ziegfeld 9 
o'clock revue, and new midnight 
frolic, words and music by Gene 
Buck and Dave Stamper [of U. S.] 

[3113 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442530; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

I LOVE ALL GIRLS, BUT LOVE MY GIRL 

best; words by H. C. Knoelk, music 
by Artie Bowers [of U. S.] New 
York, Authors and composers service 
co. [3114 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442722; 
Henry C. Knoelk, Detroit. 

I love to sit and idly dream ; words by 

G. R. Fremont, music by Harry W. 

Jacoby [of U. S.] . [3115 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442887; 

Geo. R. Fremont, Bloomfield, N. J. 

I'm a little prairie flower, I'm wild, 
I'm wild ; words and music by J. 
Gardner [of U. S.] Dallas, Tex., 
Jack Gardner co. [3116 

© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1918 ; 
E 441988; Jack Gardner, Dallas. 



I'm all alone; words by P. K. Erick- 

son, and Wilfred K. Harmon, music 

by P. K. Erickson [of U. S.] [3117 

© 1 c, Feb. 10, 1919; E 442526; 

Phil K. Erickson, Seattle. 

I'm certainly going to get some lov- 
ing WHEN MY LOVING MAN COMES 

home ; words and music by T. Wag- 
goner [of U. S.] [3118 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442633; 
Thos. Waggoner, Decatur, 111. 

I'M COMING BACK TO AMERICA AND YOU ; 

words by S. B. Rifkin, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3119 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444753 ; S. B. Rifkin, Philadelphia. 

I'm coming back to you; words and 
music by E. D. Hennessy [of U. S.] 

[3120 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442473; 
Ethel D. Hennessy, Philadelphia. 

words by B. A. Ballat, music by 

J. F. Zimmermann [of U. S.] Phila- 
delphia, Terrace music co. [3121 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444552 ; Bertie A. Ballat, .Phila- 
delphia. 

words by James J. McCullough, 

music by E. D. Hennessy [of U. S.] 

[3122 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444539; 
Ethel D. Hennessy, Philadelphia. 

I'm following the flag, of my old 
grandad; words by E. G. David, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3123 

© lc. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442468 ; E. G. 
David, % Furness Withy & co., New 
York. 

I'm glad I can make you cry ; waltz, 
by Chas. R. McCarron and Carey 
Morgan, arr. by Mornay Helm [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3124 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442901 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

I'm glad I live in the U. S. A. ; words 

by C. W. Frase, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3125 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442839; 

C. W. Frase, Aberdeen, Wash. 

I'M GLAD I RAISED MY BOY TO BE A SOL- 
DIER ; words by A. A. Pease, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3126 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; E 444499 ; Al 
A. Pease, Akron, O. 



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I'm glad my boy is back again with 
me; words by W. J. Hollway, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3127 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444197; 
William John Hollway, Washington. 
I'm glad that I am an American ; 
words by C. C. Wood, music by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [3128 

© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1918; E 443089; 
Christopher Columbus Wood, At- 
lanta. 
I'm glad the war is over; words by 
E. L. Heldt, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3129 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444541; 
E. L. Heldt, Racine, Wis. 
I'm glad to be back ; words by J. J. 
JUrman, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3130 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442463; 
Joseph J. Jurman, Boston. 
I'm goin' to settle down outside of 
London town ; when I'm dry, dry, 
dry; words by Joe McCarthy, music 
by James V. Monaco [of U. S.] 

[3131 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1919 ; 
E 442736; McCarthy & Fisher inc., 
New York. 
I'm going back to the old planta- 
tion ; words and music by J. A. Coyle 
[of U. s.], arr. by Howard Wilt [of 
U. S.] [3132 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444014; 
Joseph A. Coyle, Philadelphia. 
I'm going down the glen in Michi- 
gan ; words by M. A. Cassel, melody 
by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [3133 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444569; 
Minnie A. Cassel, Princeton, Minn. 
I'm going home ; words and melody by 
L. D. Volk [of U. S.] [3134 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442557; 
Lester D. Volk, Brooklyn. 
I'm in heaven when I'm in your 
arms ; words by Robert F. Roden 
and Sam Coslow, music by Peter De 
Rose [of U. S.] [3135 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1919 ; 
E 444035; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

I'm lonesome for a pal gone west; 
words and melody by K. M. Reilly 
[of U. S.], arr. by Edna Benning [of 
U. S.] [3136 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919 ; E 442783 ; 
Kathleen M. Reilly, Richmond Hill, 
N. Y. 



I'm only a tiny shamrock ; words and 
melody of K. Marian Reilly [of U. 
S.], arr. by Edna Benning [of U. S.] 

[3137 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 442782; 
Kathleen M. Reilly, Richmond Hill, 
N. Y. 

I'm true blue, dear mother mine ; 
words by Lew Frank [pseud, of C. F. 
Stubbs] music by I. W. Hamilton [of 
IT. S.] [3138 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444096; 
C. F. Stubbs, Ira W. Hamilton & W. 
M. Wright, Newport, Ky. 

I MAY NEVER COME BACK TO DlXIE ; 

words by S. B. Evans, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. _ [3139 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444746 ; Stella B. Evans, Dickson, 
Tenn. 

I never knew ; from See you later, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music by 

. Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] [3140 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442668; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

I NEVER KNEW THAT I LOVED YOU UNTIL 
THERE WAS SOMEBODY ELSE ; f rom Oh 

mamma, words by Frank Fay, music 
by Dave Dreyer [of U. S.] (Cover 
title: I never knew how much I 
loved you) [3141 

© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 439987; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

I ramble in my house; words by J. 
Frimann, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3142 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442466 ; J. 
Frimann, Gimli, Canada. 

I'SE GOT A FLAG WHAT'S RED WHITE AND 

Blue; words and music by A. C. 
Reed [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [3143 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444301; Annie C. Reed, Ken- 
sington, Md. 

I shall meet you; the home-coming, 
words by E. M. Chesham, music by 
Wilfrid Sanderson, arr. by Sumner 
Salter [of IL S.] 4to. (Boosey & 
co.'s series, nos. 1293, 1291) 1. Fe- 
male voices. 2. Mixed voices. 

[3144, 3145 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. each Mar. 7, 

1919; E 444845, 444846; Boosey & 

co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 



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3163 



I still remember you ; words by A. O. 

Brummel, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [3146 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444449; 

August O. Brummel, Catonsville, Md. 

I think I'll wait until they all 
come home; words by Marcus C. 
Connelly, music by Gitz Rice [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] [3147 

© Jan. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 443049; Henry Burr music Corp., 
New York. 

I TRULY LOVED YOU BEST OF ALL ; WOrdS 

and music by G. F. Bartlett [of U. S.] 

[3148 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442508; 

George Francis Bartlett, Cincinnati. 

I tusmoket (Dammerung) ; af Olivo 
Krause [of Denmark] op. 52 ; piano. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 1944) 

[3149 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E. 435891; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

I've changed my ways ; words by O. F. 
Colburn, music by Chas. W. Mc- 
Carthy [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors & composers service co. [3150 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444434; 
Oscar R. Colburn, Oil City, Pa. 

I've come back to town once again ; 
words and music by Fred W. Leigh 
and Tom Costello [of Great Britain] 

[3151 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435801; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I've got de didn't get over blues; 

words and music by B. Wilson [of 

U. S.] [3152 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444691; 

Burle Wilson, Cincinnati. 

I've got the Blue Ridge blues ; fox- 
trot, by Cook and Whiting, played by 
W. J. Duncan [of U. S.] (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls, no. F 19673) 

[3153 

© Aug. 20. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442956; Rythmodik music corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

interpretation.] 

I've got the prohibition blues, for my 

booze ; words by Tom Turner, music 

by C. Zerse [of U. S.] [3154 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 

E 444088 ; Carl Zerse, St. Louis. 



I want a cave man, like William 
Hart the movie star; words and 
melody by James Kendis and James 
Brockman [of U. S.], arr. by Freda 
Applebaum [of U. S.] [3155 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444672; 
Kendis, Brockman music co., inc., 
New York. 

I want a girl like mother was ; 
words and music by T. W. Arter [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[3156 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444460; Thomas W. Arter, Bell- 
aire, O. 

I want to be somebody's baby ; words 
and music by Nancy Jenks [of U. S.] 

[3157 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444029; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

I want to call you papa ; words and 
melody by S. Williams [of U. S.], 
arr. by Dave Peyton [of U. S.] [3158 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444246; 
Spencer Williams, Chicago. 

I WANT TO GO BACK HOME TO CALIFOR- 
NIA ; words by E. Frye, music bv E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3159 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444243; 
Esther Frye, Columbus, O. 

I WAS LONGING FOR YOU DEAR EACH DAY ; 

words by J. B. Thompson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3160 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444501; 
Jack B. Thompson, Baltimore. 

I was so young ; you were so beautiful, 
from Good morning Judge ; words by 
I. Caesar and Al. Bryan, music by 
Geo. Gershwin [of U. S.] [3161 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442667; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

I will; life's watchword, words by 
Robert Owen Foster, music by Wil- 
lard Patton [of U. S.] 8vo. [3162 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 444027; Lloyd pub. co., Minne- 
apolis. 

I WILL COME BACK WITH A SMILE ; WOrdS 

by E. Nowak, music by Frank W. 
Ford ]of U. S.] New York, Authors 
and composers service co. [3163 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442777; 
Edward Nowak, Buffalo. 



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I WONDER IF THE ANGELS KNEW ; WOrdS 

by A. S. Holmgren, music by Artie 
Bowers [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors & composers service co. [3164 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442781; 
Alma S. Holmgren, Danbury, Conn. 

If and perhaps ; words and music by 
M. H. Meidell [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3165 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444475 ; Mary H. Meidell, Newell, 
S. D. 

IF I COULD BE WHAT I'D LIKE TO BE; 

words and music by M. T. Bohannon 
[of U. S.] [3166 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444359; 
Hatsu Tanaka, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

If I could make you love me; words 
and music by O. Yelle [of U. S.] 

[3167 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 

E 444322 ; Omer Yelle, Mitchell, S. D. 

If I had known ; words and melody 
by Chas. R. McCarron & Carey Mor- 
gan [of U. S.] [3168 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442787; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

If I had the world to make over I'd 
make it all for you ; words by S. T. 
Dew, music by Mishie Francis Wilks 
[of U. S.] Scranton, Pa., Whitmore 
music pub. co. [3169 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444186 ; Samuel T. Dew, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

If we could see the end ; words by 
C. S. Woodruff, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3170 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444745 ; Caroline S. Woodruff, St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. 

If ye love Me, keep My command- 
ments ; anthem, words from St. 
John, XIV, 15, 16, 17, music by Ar- 
thur G. Colborn [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo series, no. 
1217) [3171 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444089; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Illinois waltz ; by G. Crabbe [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [3172 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 442749; Guy Crabbe, Monmouth, 
111. 



In a Canary Island bungalow ; words 
by I. M. Reinhertz, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3173 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443162; 

I. M. Reinhertz, Petoskey, Mich. 

In a dear Irish home of dreams ; 

words and melody by J. J. Judge [of 

U. S.] [3174 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444402; 
James Joseph Judge, Corona, N. Y. 
In a field of daisies, where I first 
met you dear ; words by Mrs. W. S. 
Tate, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3175 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444740; Mrs. W. S. Tate, 
Shawnee, Okl. 
In a halo frame of gold ; words by F. 
Rhoades, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3176 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444514; 
Frank Rhoades, So. Bellingham, 
Wash. 
In a kingdom of our own ; from The 
royal vagabond, lyric and music by 
George M. Cohan [of U .S.] [3177 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443043 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 
In a silent, desolate spot; English 
version by L. Cranmer Byng, tr. 
from Kao-Shih, music by G. M. Oaks 
[of U. S.] [3178 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443107; 
George M. Oaks, New York. 
In all our rejoicing as the boys come 
home let us pray for the ones who 
stay over; by George MacFarlane 
and Harry De Costa [of U. S.] ; vocal 
orch., in E flat. 4to. [3179 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444341 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement.] 
words and music by George Mac- 
Farlane and Harry De Costa [of 
U. S.] [3180 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444023 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 
In an old-fashioned town ; quartette, 
words by Ada Leonora Harris, music 
by W. H. Squire, arr. by Sumner 
Salter [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
( Secular quartettes for mixed voices, 
no. 1288) [3181 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444841 ; Boosey & co., New York. 
- [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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In beautiful Geanada; words and 

melody by Chas. R. McCarron and 

Carey Morgan [of U. S.] [3182 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442789; 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

In Flanders' fields ; lyric by John D. 
McCrae, music by F. Henri Klick- 
mann [of U. S.] ; medium, in B min. 

[3183 
© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1919 ; 
E 443121; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

words by John McCrae, music by 

G. W. Parrish [of U. S.] [3184 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1919 ; 
E 442734; George Washington Par- 
rish, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

In futuee yeaes ; words and music by 

E. V. Cabbage [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3185 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444461 ; E. V. Cabbage, Fair- 
view, Mont. 

In hee little blue bonnet with bed 
eibbon on it she's salvation sal j 
lyric by Bide Dudley, music by Fred- 
ric Watson [of U. S.] [3186 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444381; 
Meyer Cohen music pub. co., New 
York. 

In memoeiam ; words and music by 
W. R. Bullen [of U. S.] [3187 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441948; William R. Bullen, De- 
troit. 

words and music by W. Reed [of 

U. S.] [3188 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 442798; 

Waldo Reed, W'estport Point, Mass. 

In my aeeoplane ; words and music by 
H. W. Adams [of U. S.], arr. by 
Maurice Wescott Avery [of U. S.] 

[3189 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444451; 
Harry Walter Adams, Bath, Me. 

In my deeams I'm near you ; words by 

F. Bateman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3190 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442861; 
Fred. Bateman, Ottawa, Canada. 

In Soudan; words by Ballard Mac- 
Donald, music by Nat Osborne [of 
U. S.] [3191 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1919; E 444009; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

In the fields. See Pleasant moments. 



In the fields of violets, wheeeIfiest 
met you ; words by C. H. Stone, J. J. 
Myrtle and G. Patton, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3192 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442856; 
Chas. H. Stone, Jas. J. Myrtle & Geo. 
Patton, Moundsville, W. Va. 

In the heart of old New Hampshire, 
theee's a heaet that's just a paet 
of me; words and music by Harold 
Freeman, J. Stanley Brothers, jr., 
and J. Edwin Allemong [of U. S.] 
(Cover title: There's a girl in old 
New Hampshire whose heart is a 
part of me) [3193 

© Dec. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 444086 ; Imperial music co., 
Roanoke, Ya. 

In the land of make-be-lieve ; poem 
by A. E. Blair, melody by Albert 
Koch [of U. S.] [3194 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1919; E 444053; 
Alice Edwards Blair, Martins Ferry, 
O. 

In the muddy tbenches ; words and 
music by M. C. Paxton [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [3195 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444458; Mary C. Paxton, 
Brush, Col. 

In the shadow of the eoses ; words 

by J. A. Devlin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3196 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444502; 

James A. Devlin, Dorranceton, Pa. 

In the time of Watteau. See Hamp- 
ton court. 

In the twilight; waltz idyl, words 
and music by Frederick Seymour 
and Fred W. Pike [of U. S.] [3197 
© Jan. 31, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 443086; Waldorf pub. co., 
Toledo, O. 

In the wild wood where the blue- 
bells grow; words and music by 
Herbert H. Taylor [of U. S.] [3198 
© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1919; E 442802; Maurice Richmond 
music co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

In the woods; by Mana-Zucca [of 
U. S.] op. 50, no. 10; piano. (Five 
nature pieces, second grade, no. V) 

[3199 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444051 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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Indigo blues ; fox trot, by Isham Jones 
[of U. S.] ; piano. New York, Tell 
Taylor. [3200 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1919 ; 
E 444016; Taylor music pub. inc., 
Chicago. 
Ingenue number; song, music by Ar- 
thur Painchaud [of XL S.], arr. by 
Leonard Praskins [of U. S.] [3201 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442757; 
Helen Coline, New York. 
Interlude ; reverie, by Frank Renard 
[of U. S.] ; organ. [3202 

© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444172; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 
Introduction, passacaglia and fugue ; 
by Healey Willan [of England] ; 
organ. [3203 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435840; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

I-O-WAY HAS WON THE DAY,* the A. A. 

A. convention ode, words by Frank 
W. Elliott, music by H. Z. Long [of 
U. S.] [3204 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 
E 442799 ; Howard Z. Long, Stevens, 
Pa. 
Ikine; melody, by F. C. Stevens [of 
England, domiciled at Berkeley, 
Cal.] [3205 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444396; 
Frederick Charles Stevens, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 
Iron men ; words and music by J. J. 
Coyle [of U. S.l, arr. by Ernest C. 
Evans [of U. S.] [3206 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444391; 
John J. Coyle, Philadelphia. 
It came in freedom's name ; words by 
R. H. Pallister, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3207 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442683; R. H. Pallister, 
Chicago. 
It doesn't matter ; from See you 
later, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[3208 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442531; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 
It's a long way to my old home 
town; words and melody by Grace 
and F. W. Ingram, and Geo. Hill 
[of U. S.], arr. by Burrell Van Bu- 
ren [of U. S.] [3209 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 443067; 
Wm. A. Thomas, Chicago. 



It's better to have loved and lost 
than never to have loved at all; 
words by Richard W. Pascoe, mel- 
ody by Monte Carlo and Alma M. 
Sanders [of U. S.], arr. by Harry P. 
Guy [of U. S.] [3210 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444675; 
Oxford music pub. co., Detroit. 

It's great to be home; words by V. 
Marcallino, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3211 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444217; 
V. Marcallino, Nealehu, Hawaii. 

It's hard to say goodbye; words by 
F. W. Carpenter, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3212 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444806 ; Ford W. Carpenter, 
Ilion, N. Y. 

It's over, over there; words by W. C. 
Williams, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3213 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443156; 
W. C. Williams, Green Bay, Wis. 

It's the mothers who have won this 
war; words by J. Winkley, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3214 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443153; 
Jack Winkley, Faribault, Minn. 

It's up to a man ; part-song, words by 
Edward Lockton, music by W. H. 
Squire, arr. by Sumner Salter [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. (Three 
and four part music for male voices, 
no. 1287) [3215 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444842; Boosey & co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

It's your move now if you're goin' to 
play checkers ; words by Billy Cur- 
tis, music by M. Rubens [of U. S.l 

[3216 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444397; 
Warren S. Curtis and Murray Ru- 
bens, New York. 

It takes a lot of chicken feed to 
feed the chickens now ; words and 
music by F. R. Critchett [of U. S.], 
arr. by Herman A. Hummel, [of 
U. S.] [3217 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 444044; 
F. Raymond Critchett, Des Moines. 



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no. % 1919 



3235 



Ja-da, ja-da, ja-da, jing-jing-jing ; 
jazz fox trot, by Bob Carleton, arr. 
by Leroy Walker [of U. S.] ; band. 
4to. [3218 

© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 444860; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Jazz baby; words by Blanche Merrill, 
music by M. K. Jerome [of U. S.] 

[3219 

© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919; E 444147; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Jazz (The) band; by Elsie Janis and 
Dan Kildare, arr. by Henri Jaxon 
[of England] ; orch. 4to. Melodia, 
no. 20) [3220 

© Nov. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 16, 1918 ; 
E 435373; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Jerky ; words by Danny O'Neil, music 
by Billy Baskette [of U. S.] 4to. 

[3221 

© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444855 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Jesu dulcis memoria (Jesu, only to 
think of Thee) ; words by St. Ber- 
nard of Clairvaux, English words 
tr. and adapted by Winfred Douglas 
[of U. S.], music by Thomas Ludo- 
vicus Victoria, ed. by Kurt Schind- 
ler [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Spanish sacred motets, no. 6) 

[S222 

© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 

E 442197 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on translation 

and editing] 

Jesus, my Savior; words by Lizzie 
DeArmond, music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel [of U.S.] [3223 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444158; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Jogging along ; a meander, by Sydney 
Baynes [of England] ; piano. [3224 

© Feb. 10', 1919; 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 435795 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

John or Devon ; words by George H. 
Chester, music by Sylvia Mortlake 
Tof Great Britain] [3225 

© Jan. 28, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 435814; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 



Johnny's in town ; one or two step, 
by Geo. W. Meyer and Abe Olman, 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [3226 

•© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444854 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

words by Jack Yellen, music by 

Geo. W. Meyer and Abe Olman [of 

U. S.] 4to. [3227 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442534 ; Leo Feist inc., New York. 

Jolie pas ; danse piquante, par Theo. 
Bonheur [of Great Britain] ; piano 
a\ quatres mains. [3228 

© Feb. 22, 1919 ; 1 c, Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435848; Orpheus music pub. co., 
London. 

Joy to the millions ; words by Rose 

Michelfelden, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3229 

© 1 c. Feb. 28 ,1919; E 444495; 

R. Michelfelden, Tulsa, Okl. 

Junge (Die) muter (The young 
mother), words by Abraham Reisin, 
English version by L. M. Herbert, 
music by Jakov Medvedieff [of Rus- 
sia, domiciled at New York] [3230 
© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444417 ; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 

Just a bit of driftwood ; words by G. 

R. Fremont, music by Harry W. 

Jacoby [of U. S.] • [3231 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442888; 

Geo. R. Fremont, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Just a longing for the days of yes- 
teryears ; words by C. F. Eiberger, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[3232 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442762; 
Carl F. Eiberger, Denver. 

Just a soldier boy; words by F. C. 

Lucas, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3233 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444509; 

Floyd Charles Lucas, Ashtabula, O. 

Just a year ago, dear mother ; words 
by Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3234 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442461; 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Francis, Cleve- 
land. 

Just as I am; sacrifice, words from 
hymn 606, music by Gatty Sellars 
[of U. S.] 8 vo. (Supplementary 
hymns, no. 11) [3235 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444593 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 



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3236 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Just before the battle ; words by R. 

Main, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3236 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444518; 

Robert Main, Marshalltown, Del. 

Just blue ; fox-trot, by Wadsworth and 
Arden, played by Victor Arden asstd. 
by W. E. D. [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, no. F19663) 

[3237 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442967; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation.] 

Just dreaming; words and music by 
L. Barrow [of U .S.] [3238 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442827; 
Llewellyn Barrow, Crowder, Okl. 

Just remember that I love you; 
words and music by A. B. Alguire 
[of U. S.] [3239 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441942; Annie B. Alguire, Belvi- 
dere, 111. 

Same. [3240 

© Jan. 30, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442894; Annie B. Alguire, Belvi- 
dere, 111. 

Just 'round the corner, from Easy 
street; from the Overseas revue, 
lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music 
by Richard A. Whiting [of U. S.] 

[3241 
© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442992 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Just to be alone with you, dear, that 
would be paradise; words and mu- 
sic by J. MacLauchlan [of U. S.], 
arr. by Benjamin Burton Gillette 
[of U. S.] [3242 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444085; 
John MacLauchlan, Lincoln, R. I. 

JUTTA KOMMER TILL FOLKUNGARNE ; 

words by Verner von Heidenstam, 
music by Emil Sjogren [of Sweden] 
op. 68, no. 3. (Wilhelm Hansen, 
edition, no. 1919) [3243 

© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435871; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Kaiser; words by V. Healy, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3244 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 442710 ; Vincent Healy, Phil- 
adelphia. 



Kaiser's (The) aspiration ; words by 
J. J. Cross, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3245 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444780 ; J. J. Cross, Rawlins, 
Wy. 

Kaiser's (The) doom; words and 
music by F. M. Judge [of U. S.] 

[3246 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444505; 
Frank M. Judge, Okeene, Okl. 

Kaiser's (The) mistake; words by H. 
DeLaney, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3247 

© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444772; Harry DeLaney, 
Frontier, Mich. 

Kawaihau march; arr. by Ernst K. 
Kaai [of U. S.] ; steel guit. Cincin- 
nati, O., Roach-Frankland. [324S 
© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444386; James F. Roach, Cincin- 
nati. 

Keep smiling; by Jorgen Plesner [of 
Norway] ; piano. (In Nyt bal al- 
bum) [3249 
© Nov. 2S, 1918. 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435884; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Keep some roses growing for me in 
the dear old U. S. A. ; wordsby E. V. 
Johnson, music by Clarence L. Por- 
ter [of U. S.] [3250 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442470 ; Eve- 
lyn V. Johnson, Memphis, Tenn. 

Keep step my brother; words from 
John, xv, 12-17, music by S. H. 
Payne [of U. S.] Philadelphia, M. 
D. Swisher. [3251 

© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442797; Sarah Haggard Payne, 
Philadelphia. 

Keep the beacon light a-burning 
bright beside the little service 
star ; words by D. F. Lawlor, music 
by J. B. Robbins [of U. S.] [3252 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444444; 
John B. Robbins and Daniel F. Law- 
lor, Shenandoah, Pa. 

Keep the home-fires burning, till 
the boys come home ; words by Lena 

. Guilbert Ford, music by Ivor No- 
vello, simplified by Geo. L. Spauld- 



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no. 3, 1919 



3268 



Keep the home-fikes bukning, till 
the boys come home — Continued, 
ing [of U. S.] New York, Chappell 
& co. ltd. (Melodies from overseas, 
no. 1) [3253 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442919. Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on simplified fingering] 

Keep the soil a-turning ; words by L. 
Grauel, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3254 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444830. Laurence Grauel, 
Greenville, Pa. 

Keep your face to the sunshine; 

song, by Klickmann, played by Lewis 

' Fuiks [of U. S.] ; in A flat. (Ryth- 

modik record music rolls, no. J 

102443) [3255 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442971; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 

Keomueu; valse, by William Morris 
[of U. S.] ; steel guit. Cincinnati, O., 
Roach-Frankland. [3256 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444387; James F. Roach, Cincin- 
nati. 

Kesaillan valssi (Summer evening 
waltz) ; by Oskar Merikanto [of U. 
S.] op. 1 ; piano. [3257 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444692; Sibelius Club, Monessen, 
Pa. 

Killowen ; words by Edmund Leamy, 
music by C. Davidson [of U. S.] 

[3258 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1919; E 442567; 
Clara Davidson, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Kindergarten and primary music 
songs ; by Frances K. Thomassen [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3259 

© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff . Feb. 
1, 1919; A 509979; Daynes-Beebe 
music co., Salt Lake City. 

King (The) of glory; Easter cantata, 
words and music by E. K. Heyser 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 

[3260 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444389 ; Fillmore bros co., Cincin- 
nati. 



Kiss (The) that made me cry; one 
or two step, by Archie Gottler, arr. 
by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[3261 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 444847 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Kisses ; words by Harry D. Kerr, 
music by J. S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] ; 
in E flat and D. [3262 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 444103 ; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

words by M. Sharman-Crawford, 

music by D. Green-Wilkinson [of 
England] ; in E flat. [3263 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435783 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

Kol Nidrei; adagio, arr. by Max 
Bruch, op. 47, played by Clarence 
Adler [of U. S.] (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, no. N 19746) [3264 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442938; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 

KONGEAAS D0LGER HVAD NYNNER I OM ; 

tekst af Adolf Jensen, musik af So- 
phus Andersen [of Denmark] [3265 
© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435895; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Kongernes konge (King of kings) ; af 
E. Horneman, bearbejdet af Eyvind 
Alnaes, arr. af Nicolaj Hansen [of 
Denmark] ; salonorchester. 4to. 
(Heimdal, nr. 39) [3266 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435901; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Kossovo ; Serbia's hymn of glory, tr. 
by Owen Meredith, music by E. Zill- 
hart [of England] London, Novello 
& co., ltd. [3267 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435969; Ethel Zillhart, South 
Woodford, England. 

Kyrie eleison. See Tschaikowsky 
(Peter II j itch). 

Laddie dear; words and music by H. 
Clausen [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [3268 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444480; Helen Clausen, Milwau- 
kee. 



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pt. iij, n. s., v. 14 



Laddie in khaki; girl who waits at 
home, words and music by Ivor No- 
vello, simplified by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; piano and song. New 
York, Chappell & co., ltd. (Melodies 
from overseas, no. 2) [3269 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442920; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on simplified fingering.] 

L^engsel ; tekst af Gunnar Boye, musik 
af Sophus Andersen [of Denmark] 

[3270 
© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435890; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Lafayette ; words by J. G. Ginn, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago,, North American music co. 

[3271 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 

E 444752 ; J. G. Ginn, Elbertson, Ga. 

Lafayette, we aee here ; words by 
H. D. S. Coates, music by M. A. 
Coxon [of U. S.] [3272 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444561 ; H. D. S. Coates, Trenton, 
N. J. 

Lafayette we're here ; words by E. E. 

McGee, melody by Luther A. Clark 

[of U. S.] [3273 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442513; 

E. E. McGee, Concordia, Kan. 

Lake (The) of waking dreams; 

words and music by W. H. Stocker 

[of U. S.] [3274 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444209; 

Wm. H. Stocker, Wenatchee, Wash. 

Lament ; by L. Leslie Loth [of U. S.] ; 
piano. ( Six very easy pieces, no. 3) 

[3275 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444178; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Land o' the leal. See Hopekirk 
(Helen) Five Scottish folk-songs. 

Land (The) of ever so long; words 
and melody by C. J. North [of U. S.] 

[3276 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444114; 
Chas. J. North, Buffalo. 

Land (The) of honey moons ; words 
by Bettie Tilford, music by S. M. 
Melton [of U. S.], arr. by Nell Clop- 
ton [of U. $.] . [3277 
© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444713 ; S M. Melton, Allen, Tex. 



Land (The) of lullaby; go to sleep 
my pickaninny babe, words by Jack 
Yellen, music by Abe Olman [of 
U. S.] [3278 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442537 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Land (The) of the U. S. A. ; words by 

F. S. Johnston, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3279 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442849; 

Fronia S. Johnston, Plainview, Tex. 

Larghetto ; by Frederic d'Erlanger [of 
Great Britain] ; two pianos. [3280 
© Jan. 28, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435826 ; Schott & co., London. 

Lass (The) of the glad gray eyes ; 
words by Kendall Banning, music by 
Gena Branscombe [i. e., Gena Brans- 
combe Tenney, of U. S.] ; sop. or ten., 
mezzo-sop. or baritone. (Songs of 
the unafraid [no. 2] ) [3281 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 444093 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Last (The) revel; English version by 
L. Cranmer Byng, tr. from Ch'en 
Tzii-Ang, music by G. M. Oaks [of 
U. S.] [3282 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443110; 
George M. Oaks, New York. 

Lazy daddy ; fox trot, by D. J. La 
Rocca, Larry Shields and Henry 
Ragas, arr. by Leroy Walker [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3283 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444850 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

League of nations ; march, by A. Co- 
letta [of U. S.] ; piano and violin. 

[3284 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 443078; 
Antonio Coletta, Philadelphia. 

Leave it to the navy ; words by R. N. 

Moffat, music by Hale E. Dewey [of 

U. S.] [3285 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 

E. 441975 ; R. N. Moffat, Seattle. 

Legend (The) ; lyric tragedy in one 
act, book by Jacques Byrne, music by 
Joseph Breil [of U. S.] ; vocal sc. 

[328$ 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 

D 19897 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 






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3304 



Lepo-Lele; Armenian folk-dance, col], 
by Haig Gudenian, ace. composed by 
Howard Brockway [of U. S.] ; violin 
and piano. [3287 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444349; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Let me symPxVthize with you; words 
and music by R. Boisvert [of U. SI 

[3288 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442560; 

Roland Boisvert, Manchester, N. H. 

Let's all be a see vice star ; words by 
L. Wagner, music by A. Stuart [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors and com- 
posers service co. [3289 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; E 442767 ; 
Louise Wagner, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Let the boys come home ; words by 

A. F. Shadel, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.J [3290 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444510; 

Albert F. Shadel, Golconda, Nev. 

Liberty; words and music by C. H. 
Lynch [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [3291 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444463; Chas. H. Lynch, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Liberty bonds ; words and music by 
Mrs. I. J. Davis [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3292 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444476; Mrs. I. J. Davis, Peck- 
ville, Pa. 

Liberty calling ; words by M. Morrill, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3293 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444530; 
Medora Morrill, Chatfield, Minn. 

Liebestrunken (Li-Tai-Po) ; words by 
Hans Bethge, music by Julius Ront- 
gen [of Holland] op. 66, no. 7, 
mezzo-sop. (Chinesische lieder, no. 
7: Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 
1905) [3294 

© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435880; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Light (The) of liberty; words by 
E. M. Carter, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3295 

© 1 c. Feb. 28. 1919; E 444500; 
Essie M. Carter, Pine Bluff, Ark. 



Light of the world ; processional, 
words by Frederic T. Cardoze, music 
by J. Albert Jeffery [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choral music, 
series 35, no. 1376) [3296 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1919 ; 
E 444249; Boston music co., Boston. 

Light (The) that lies in woman's 

eyes ; words and music by G. Simons 

[of U. S.] [3297 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442731; 

Garwood Simons, San Francisco. 

Lighten the burden for someone; 
words by Ina Duley Ogdon, music 
by Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[3298 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444153; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 
Like a good shepherd, he followed 
his sheep ; words by M. A. Diamond, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3299 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443165; 
Melissa A. Diamond, New Brighton, 
Pa. 
Lilac waltz ; by H. E. Ruhe [of U. S.] 
op. 130, no. 4; piano, four hands. 
(Piano duets in the easier grades) 

[3300 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444545; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Lillekonval; tekst af Helge Rode, 
musik af Aksel Agerby [of Den- 
mark] [3301 
© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435897; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Lily ( The ) of my mystic garden ; 

words by R. Bosch, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3302 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444529; 

Ralph Bosch, Washington. 

Lily (The) pond; by Mana-Zucca [of 
U. S.] op. 50, no. 8; piano. (Five 
nature pieces, second grade, no. Ill) 

[3303 
© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444049 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Liszt (Franz) Sonetto del Petrarca ; 
no. 5, by Liszt, played by Guilio 
Speranto [of U. S.] ; E major. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls, no. N 
19696) [3304 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442937; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 



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Litanei. See Schubert (Franz Peter). 

Little (A) boy's plea; words by J. H. 
Fowler, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3305 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443144; 
John H. Fowler, Lewiston, Pa. 

Little (A) flowek; lyric by Amy 
Ashmore Clark, music by George J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; violin obbl. ad. 
lib. [3306 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; E 442652 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. 

Little gem eondo ; by H. E. Ruhe [of 
U. S.] op. 130, no. 2; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [3307 

© Feb. 10. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444543; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Little gem waltz ; by H. E. Ruhe [of 
U. S.] op. 130, no. 1; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [3308 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444542; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Little (A) love a little kiss (Un 
peu d'amour) words by Adrian Ross, 
music by Lao Sileso, simplified by 
George L. Spaulding [of U. S.] ; 
piano and song. (Melodies from 
overseas, no. 6) [3309 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442924; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on sim- 
plified fingering.] 

Little old lady o' mine; words and 

music by Leo Wood [of U. S.] [3310 

© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1919; E 442817; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., New York. 

Little Sammy ; words by C. F. Golay, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3311 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 

1919 ; E 444809 ; C. F. Golay, Dallas. 

Little (The) whistler; an idyll, by 

Ring-Hager [of U. S.] ; piano. [3312 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1919; E 442801; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Lonesome (A) Broadway chappy; 
words and music by M. D. McKin- 
non [of U. S.], arr. by Oscar Skav- 
land [of U. S.] [3313 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919; E 442505; 
Margaret D. McKinnon, Lincoln, 
Neb. 



Lonesome heart ; words and music by 
W. L. Hirsch [of U. S.] [3314 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444964; William L. Hirsch, Buf- 
falo. 

Lonesome road ; blues, by William 
Nash [of U. S.], arr. by J. Russel 
Robinson [of U. S.] ; piano. [3315 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 441944; 
Pace & Handy music co. inc., New 
York. 

Long ago in Holy land. See Easter 
carol annual. 

Long (The) winding path; words by 
C. Cranor, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3316 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442844; 
Cecil Cranor, Kokomo, Ind. 

Longing; words and music by Fred- 
erick Seymour and Fred W. Pike 
[of U. S.] [3317 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443087 ; Waldorf pub. co., Toledo, 
O. 

words and music by Madge I. 

Scalf [i. e., Mrs. R. W. Scalf, of 
U. S.] [331S 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442715; 
Mrs. Ray W. Scalf, Boyne City, 
Mich. 

Look up and smile ; words by A. Sie- 

ben, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [3319 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442764; 

Anna Sieben, Jersey City. 

Lora Lee ; words and melody by U. B. 
Barrie [of U. S.] [3320 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442725; 
Ula Burford Barrie, Pasadena. 

Lord. (The) is my light; part song, 
words from psalm XXVII, music 
by Frances Allitsen, arr. by Homer 
B. Hatch [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
4to. (Three and four part music 
for male voices, no. 1292) [3321 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444844; Boosey & co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; psalm 
XXIII, set to music by J. W. Clokey 
[of U. S.] op. 13 ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[3322 
© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444709 ; Joseph W. Clokey, Oxford, 
O. 



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3340 



Lord Kitchener is the commander of 
the mighty aemy in the air ', wol'ds 
by R. D. Francis, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3323 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442823; 
Robert D. Francis, Havana, Cuba. 

Loth (L. Leslie) March; by L. L. 
Loth [of U. S.] ; piano. (Six very 
easy pieces, no. 4) [3324 

. © Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444179; G. Schirmer inc., New 
York. 

Lovable Lou I'm dying to come back 
to Louisiana and you; by Harry 
De Costa, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in C. 4to. 

[3325 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444336 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement.] 

■ words and music by Harry De 

Costa [of U. S.] [3326 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444022 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Love among the tbees ; words by Mrs. 

M. O. Mitchell, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3327 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444497; 

Mrs. M. O. Mitchell, Represa, Cal. 

Love and plea of a patriot ; words by 
A. Bateman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3328 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443167; 
Arthur Bateman, Verdun, Canada. 

Love came first when I saw you; 
from Good morning judge, words and 
music by Harold Vicars [of U. S.] 

[3329 
© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30. 1919 ; 
E 442914; Chappell & co., ltd,, Lon- 
don. 

Love flutes ; words by Bliss Carman, 
music by Alma Goatley [of Great 
Britain] ; mezzo sop. or bar., sop. or 
ten. (Songs of Sappho, no. 5) 

[3330 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435962; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Love in a cottage is dearer than 
gold; words by N. C. Creech, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of 17. S.] 

T3331 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442872; 
Norman C. Creech, Kline, S. C. 



Love is the international language ; 

words and music by G. Simons [of 

U. S.] [3332 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442728; 

Garwood Simons, San Francisco. 

Love's a very funny thing ; trio, from 
See you later, words by Guy Bolton 
and P. G. Wodehouse, music by Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.] [3333 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919; E 442670; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Lovelight; lyric by W. H. Ogilvie, 
music by Alma Goatley [of Eng- 
land] ; in E. [3334 
© Feb. 11, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 435791 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Love's young dream ; words by J. Beu- 
tel, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [3335 
© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442703; Josie Beutel, Gutenberg, 
la. 

Loving eyes ; lyric by Edw. Beck, mu- 
sic by Ralph A. Foote [of U. S.] 

3336 
© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 444074 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Lullaby of dreams ; words by Pearl 
Crawford Van Orsdale, music by 
E. C. Bell [of U. S.] [3337 

© Feb. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1919; E 444715; Ethel Cecil Bell, 
Pittsburg. 

Lullaby time; words and music by 

Harold B. Freeman [of U. S.] [3338 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 

1919; E 444355; Harold Freeman 

music co., Providence, R. I. 

L-u-s-i-t-a-n-i-a ; words by Wendell 
Phillips Stafford, music by H. Cogs- 
well [of U. S.] (Cover title: Lusi- 
tania! Lusitania) [3339 

© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 444075; Hamlin Cogswell, 
Washington. 

Lyric pieces. See Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) 

Ma' dream-book says I isn't for you ; 
words and music by D. D. Deene 
[of U. S.] [3340 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442528; 
Dorothy D. Deene, Chicago. 



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Mac Do well (Edward Alexander) 
From a wandering iceberg; by Mac 
Dowell, op. 55 played by Howard 
Brockway [of U. S.] (Sea pieces, 
no. 2 Rythmodik record music rolls, 
no H 19752) [3341 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442940; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Maiden so fair; mazurka, by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[3342 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; E 442661 ; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Make all free nations sing My coun- 
try 'tis of thee; words and music 
by R. F. O'Shaughnessy and J. P. 
Hennessy [of U. S.], arr. by John L. 
Herman. [3343 

© Jan. 26, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1919; E 444258; Richard Francis 
O'Shaughnessy and John Patrick 
Hennessy, St. Louis. 

Maker of dreams go over there; 
words by M. T. Jeft'ery, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3344 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444760 ; Mildred T. Jeffery, 
Somerton, O. 

Mamma, let me be your baby boy; 

words by J. R. Langlois, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3345 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442622; 

Joseph R. Langlois, New Orleans. 

Mammy o'mine ; words by Wm. Tracey, 
music by Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.] 

[3346 
© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1919; E 442816; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co. inc., New York. 

Mammy's chocolate soldier ; fox trot, 
by Gottler, played by Victor Arden 
[of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, no. H 102354) [3347 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442974; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 
Mandolin (The) ; words from the 
French of Paul Verlaine, by Bliss 
Carman, music by Claude Debussy, 
arr. by C. Engel [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. (Choral music, series 
36, no. 1407) [3348 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 443102 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



Mandolin-skole (Mandolin-schule) ; 
Christian Heinr. Hohmann's beromte 
violinskole, omarbejdet for mandolin 
af Alberto Bracony [of Italy] Wil- 
helm Hansen edition, no 1866, 1867) 
F0ste del, anden del. [3349 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Feb. 14, 
1919; E 435886; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

March; words by Helen Hunt, music 
by R. Huntington Woodman [of U. 
S.] (Two songs, no. 2) [3350 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444348; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

March in B flat; by J. Lamont Gal- 
braith [of U. S.] ; organ. [3351 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 : 
E 442543; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

March of the five hundred; by E. 
Hammerbacher [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3352 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444562; Edmund Hammerbacher, 
Baltimore. 

Marching along; words anon., music 
arr. by W. Rhys-Herbert [of U. S.], 
compiled by G. Burton; unison or 
mixed voices. 8vo. (Community- 
sing book: Fischer edition, no. 4570) 

[3353 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442906; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Marching song; duet, words by Rob- 
ert Louis Stevenson, music by A. 
Herbert Brewer [of Great Britain] 

[3354 
© Jan. 17, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 435815; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Marguerite waltz ; by M. Wobick [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3355 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 444720; 
Marguerite Wobick, Dubuque, la. 

Marseillaise ; by Rouget de Lisle, arr. 
by Edward Strietel [of U. S.] ; vio- 
lin and piano. (Favorite melodies, 
no. 34) [3356 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444189; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
I arrangement] 



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3374 



Maeyland, Maryland; words by L. 
Purdie, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l 

[3357 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442518; 
Lizzie Purdie, Rushniere, Va. 

Maezia Orlando; march, by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[3358 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 444328; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Mass ; by a member of the Felician 

sisters [of U. S.] 4to. [3359 

© Feb. 26, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1919; E 444586; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

May (A) day; overture, by Haydn 
Wood [of England] ; orch., piano 
conductor. [3360 

© Jan. 30, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1919 ; E 435844 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Medley of famous old war songs ; 
arr. by Fred K. Huffer [of U. S.l ; 
quartette mixed voices. 4to. [3361 
© Jan. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 441965 ; Chart music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Meet me at the old town pump ; 
comic song, words and music by M. 
Manley [of Great Britain], arr. by 
Sam Marks. [3362 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435947; Morris Manley, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Meet me at twilight; waltz ballad, 
words and music by S. P. Harris [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice, with male or 
mixed quartette and viplin obbl. 
Detroit, Sydney P. Harris co. [3363 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 
E 443056; Sydney P. Harris, De- 
troit. 

Mejor musica del mundo ; ed. by Louis 
C. Elson [of U. S.] and others. Edi- 
cion filarmonica, rev. y ampliada, 
tomo 1-8. [3364 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1919 ; 
aff. Jan. 31, 1919; A 512512; Uni- 
versity soc, inc., New York. 

Memoeies dear ; words and music mel- 
ody by Nell Marshall [of U. S.] (In 
Muskogee times-democrat, v. XXV, 
no. 40, Feb. 15, 1919) [3365 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1919; E 442984; Mrs. Herbert L. 
Marshall, Muskogee, Okl. 



Memories of France; words by E. 
Bowden, music by Ernest Otto [of 
U. S.] [3366 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443031; Otto & Bowden, Daven- 
port, la. 

Memories of you ; words by W. R. Al- 
lison, music by L. Guy Wirick [of 
U. S.] Logansport, Ind., Chronicle 
printing co. [3367 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444731; Wilbur R. Allison, Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 

Memory; words by J. M. Plunkett, 

melodv by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3368 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442516; 

J. M. Plunkett, Moose Jaw, Canada. 

Memory (A) ; words by Minnie K. 
Breid, music by Rudolph Ganz [of 
U. S.] ; high or medium voice. 

[3369 
© Feb. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444171; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Menuett (Menuet) ; aus der oper 
Konig und marschall, von P. Heise 
[of Denmark], arr. von Nicolaj Han- 
sen [of Denmark] ; salonorchester. 
4to. (Heimdal, nr. 35) [3370 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435904; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Menuetto in A major; by B. W. Gil- 
man [of U. S.] op. 16, no. 1; violin 
and piano and string quartet. [3371 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442889; 
Boris W. Gilman, Bronx, New York. 

Me-ow; one-step, by Kaufman, played 
by Wm. E. Berge and Paul King [of 
U. S.] (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, no. H 19733) [3372 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442953; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Merry (The) wedding dance; quar- 
tette from The velvet lady, words by 
Henry Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert [of U. S.] [3373 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919 ; E 442653 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Message (A) for Jesus; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by S. B. 
Jackson [of U. S.] [3374 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444156; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 



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Message (The) that ignited eveey 
human heaet; words by W. C. 
Cross, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3375 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444192; 
Walter C. Cross, Hull, Canada. 

Methode de chant ; theorique et pra- 
tique, texte, figures, exercises, vocal- 
ises par Albert Petit [of France] 

[3376 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435914; Alphonse Leduc et cie, 
Paris. 

Miller (Annie Z.) Two short songs; 
music by A. Z. Miller [of Great 
Britain] Contents: 1. Tears ; words 
by L. Cranmer-Byng. — 2. A triolet 
of spring; words by Stephen Glan- 
ville. [3377 

© Jan. 23, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1919; E 435816; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Mine through the ages ; words by 
James Rowe, music by J. C. Brown 
[of U. S.] [3378 

© Feb. 15. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444154; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Mirage; by R. Orlando Morgan [of 
Great Britain] op. 49; piano. (Deux 
m-orceaux pour piano, no. 2) [3379 
© Feb. 18, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 435830; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London. 

Missing (The) airman; words by 
Mrs. N. E. Coan, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3380 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444788; Mrs. N. E. Coan, 
Wyandotte, Mich. 

Mississippi lullaby ; from Hello Alex- 
ander, lyric by Alfred Bryan, music 
by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] [3381 
© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 443061 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Missouri (The) waltz; from an orgi- 
nal melody procured by John Valen- 
tine Eppel, arr. by Frederic Knight 
Logan [of England] ; piano. [3382 
© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
E 435605 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mr. Saxaphone ; by F. L. Mark [of TJ. 
S.] ; piano. [3383 

© 1 c. Mar, 1. 1919; E 443016; 
Frank Leo Mark, Waterbury, Conn. 



Mitt fattiga liv; words by Ellen 
Lundberg-Nyblom, music by Emil 
Sjogren [of Sweden] op. 68, no. 4. 
(Wilhelin Hansen edition, no. 1922) 

[3384 
© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E. 435872 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Modern Mother Goose; twenty-six 
melodies, by H. L. Cramm [of U. S.] 
op. 25; piano. 2 p. 1., 22 p. 4to. 

[3385 
© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
18, 1919 ; A 511625 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Modern school orchestra and its 
development ; the string choir, the 
brass choir, the wood-wind choir, in- 
struments of percussion, a book for 
conductors of school or community 
orchestra, by L. M. Gordon [of U. 
S.] 108 p. illus. 8vo. [3386 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
10, 1919 ; A 512291 ; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Modern violin pieces the whole 
world plays ; a collection of fifty 
famous compositions, carefully 
phrased and fingered for the violin 

' with piano accompaniment, by 
Arensky, Bohm [and others] se- 
lected and ed. by Albert E. Wier [of 
U. S.] 192, 80 p. fol. [3387 

© Jan. 23, 1919, 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
28, 1919; A 511443; D. Appleton & 
co., New York. 

Moders (En)d0d; tekst af P. A. Lar- 
sen, musik af Sophus Andersen [of 
Denmark] [3388 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 435887; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Moon-glow ; by John Frederic Barth 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3389 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444105; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Moonbeams ; morcean • de salon, by 
Walter E. Tuddenham [of Great 
Britain] ; violin and piano. [3390 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435785; J. R. Lafleur & son, ltd., 
London. 

Moonlight ; by Mana-Zucca [of TJ. S.] 
op. 50, no. 2; piano. (Five light 
pieces, no. 2) [3391 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E- 441954 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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3411 



Moonlight down in Dixie ; words and 

music by Sym. Winkel and Jack 

Kaiin [of U. S.] 4to. [3392 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 

E 444849 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 

Moonlight waltz ; for dancing, by 
Logan, played by Paul King [of U. 
S.] and Joseph Lambert [of 
Belgium] ; four hands, B flat. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. 
J 102414) [3393 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442962; Rythmodik music 
corp, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Moening (The) wae song; words and 

music by Mrs. A. Glaser [of U. S.] 

4to. [3394 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444689; 

Mrs. A. Glaser, Butler, Pa. 

Moeeis dance ; by Meredith Ball, sim- 
plified by Geo. L. Spaulding [of U. 
S.] ; piano. (Melodies from over- 
seas, no. 3) [3395 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442921 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on sim- 
plified fingering] 

Mose Trombone, he's Slim Trom- 
bone's buddy ; by Henry Fillmore [of 
U. S.] Cincinnati, O., Fillmore mu- 
sic house 4to. 1. Orch. and piano. 
2. Band. [3396, 3397 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444590, 444591; Fillmore 
bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Moss-roses are true; words by D. 
Metzler, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3398 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442847; 
Dora Metzler, Spokane, Wash. 

Most anything ; a one step riot, by J. 
S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[3399 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444102 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Mother darling ; words and music by 
Cramer and Layton [of U. S.] 

[3400 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444081; 
Artmusic, inc., New York. 

words and music by H. Lassen [of 

U. S.], arr. by G. H. Faivclough [of 
U. S.] St. Paul, J. C. Bramwell. 

[3401 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 

E 442807 ; Helen Lassen, Milwaukee. 



Mother is lonely ; words by M. Hutt, 
music by Ed. F. Winn [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors and composers 
service co. [3402 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442773; 
Manson Hutt, Sterling Junction, 
Mass. 

Mother the bravest soldier of all; 

words by F. A. Larkie, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3403 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442464; 

Frank A. Larkie, Ft. Clark, Tex. 

Mother's (A) dream ; words and mel- 
ody by F. R. Parker [of U. S.] [3404 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444250; 
Frederick R. Parker, Chicago. 

Mother's parting words ; words by J. 
L. Thomas, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3405 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444238; 
Jennie L. Thomas, Easton, Pa. 

Mother's (A) prayer; words by F. 
Hagerty, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3406 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; E 444206 ; F. 
Hagerty, Youngstown, O. 

Mother's (A) sacrifice; words and 
music by J. A. Pollard [of U. S.] 

[3407 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442642; 
Jas. A. Pollard, Biloxi, Miss. 

Mountain maid. See Rossini (Gioac- 
chino Antonio) 

Mountain trails ; waltz, by H. Z. Hal- 

liwell [of U. S.] ; piano. [3408 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 444327; 

Hubert Zimmer Halliwell, Loch Mul- 

ler, N. Y. 

Muscleshoals blues ; by G. W. 
Thomas [of U. S.] ; piano. [3409 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; E 442895 ; Geo. 
W. Thomas, New Orleans. 

Music, charming music ; God bless the 
man who first invented tunes, words 
and music by E. A. Jacobs [of U. S.] 

[3410 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 441995; 
Emma Atkins Jacobs, Sunnyside, 
Wash. 

Music (The) of wedding chimes ; 
words by Edgar Leslie, music by 
Pete Wendling [of U. S.] [3411 

© Feb. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 444148; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 



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Muslin eag ; one step, by Mel. B. Kauf- 
man [of U. S.] ; piano. [3412 
© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 441987; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

My absentee ; words by W. H. Savage, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3413 
© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444784; Wm. H. Savage, 
Clifton Forge, Va. 

My American girl; words by L. P. 
Robinson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3414 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444196; 
L. P. Robinson, Calumet, Canada. 

My aviator man ; words by G. C. 
Thacker, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3415 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444836; Grace Constance 
Thacker, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

My beau is fighting the foe; words 
by Loretta Orth, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3416 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444741; Lauretta Kusler, 
Eureka, S. D. 

My best gal; words by J. J. Hill, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3417 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444230; 

John J. Hill, St. Paul. 

My boy loves Uncle Sam ; words by 
F. Staples, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3418 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444227; 
Florona Staples, Indianapolis. 

My Cairo love ; an Egyptian serenade, 
words by Harrv D. Kerr, music by 
John S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] [3419 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444104; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

My comrade ; waltz, words and melody 
by U. B. Barrie [of U. S.] [3420 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442726; 
Ula Burford Barrie, Pasadena. 

My dear old Georgia home ; words by 
J. J. Fay, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3421 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444517; 
Jas. J. Fay, Akron, O. 



My dear old Pennsylvania home; 

words and music by A. J. Bowser [of 

U. S.] [3422 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444687; A. J. Bowser, Butler, Pa. 

My fleur-de-lis in France; words by 
Jean Millett, music by Douglas 
Holmes [of U. S.] [3423 

© Nov. 4, 1918; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1918 ; E 444018 ; Melville Scott pub. 
co., New York. 

My fortune ; words and music by P. B. 

Moreno [of U. S.] [3424 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444224; 

P. B. Moreno, San Bernardino, Cal. 

My handsome American doll; words 
and music by E. G. Travis [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [3425 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444310; Evangeline G. Travis, 
Boston. 

My heart's where the Cheyenne 
River flows; words by I. M. Dull, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3426 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444771 ; Ira M. Dull, Marys- 
ville, O. 

My home among the hills ; words by 
Andrew B. Sterling, music by C. A. 
Fehlberg [of U. S.] [3427 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 442739 ; Charles A. Fehlberg, Prov- 
idence, R. I. 

My home sweet home girl ; words and 
music by V. Hudler [of U. S.] [3428 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 444332; 
Yidel Hudler, Washington. 

My homeland; words by Harry E. 

Yedder, music by M. N. Burich [of 

U. S.] [3429 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444423; 

Melvia N. Burich, Davenport, la. 

My little French girl; words by 
Richard W, Pascoe, melody by Monte 
Carlo and Alma M. Sanders [of U. 
S.], arr. by Harry P. Guy [of U. S.] 

[3430 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444670; 
Oxford music pub. co., Detroit. 

My little girl ; words by N. Fields 
and K. Isom, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3431 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444839 ; Norman Fields and 
Kelso Isom, Nashville. 



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3449 



My little Jane, Jane, Jane ; words by 

E. H. Bitterman, music by Vivian 

Bessie Bitterman [of U. S.] [3432 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 443047; 

Earl Hubert Bitterman, Buffalo. 

My little Red ceoss nurse ; words by 
C. D. Van Horn, melody by M. Du- 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [3433 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442519; 
Christina Dandridge Van Horn, Lex- 
ington, Neb. 

My little soldiee giel; words by E. 
Struthers, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North Ameri- 
can music co. [3434 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444832; Effie Struthers, 
Farmington, Mont. 

My love; words by R. Tillbrook, mel- 
ody by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [3435 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442521; 
Roy Tillbrook, Meriden, Conn. 

My love foe you ; words by B. Clark, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3436 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444820; Basil Clark, Lake, 
Ind. 

My love is like the sunshine ; words 
by R. J. Hewton, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3437 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444808 ; R. J. Hewton, Mas- 
sawippi, Canada. 

My meteor giel; words by L. Rey- 
nolds, music by Chas. E. Wilkinson, 
arr. by C. Wilkinson and L. Reynolds 
[of U. S.] [3438 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444098; 
Lake Reynolds, Sherman, Tex. 

My mothee old and geay; words by 
Mrs. W. Patch, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3439 

(c) Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444833 ; Mrs. Walter Patch, 
Minier, 111. 

My mothee' s song ; words and music 
by Carlotta Lake [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices. 4to. (Men's voices, octavo, 
secular, no. 3660) [3440 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442755; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



My own evening hymn. See Our con- 
stant prayer [and] My own evening 
hymn. 

My own little bed at home ; words by 
F. M. Dean, music by A. H. Hough- 
ton [of U. S.] ; cho. of mixed voices 
ad lib. [3441 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444039; Frederic M. Dean and 
Albert H. Houghton, Boston. 

My pledge ; words and music by L. von 

der Lieth [of U. S.] [3442 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 444144; 

Leonore von der Lieth, Los Angeles. 

My Pollyanna; words by J. O'Ken- 

nedy, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3443 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444201; 

James O'Kennedy, New York. 

My eose; words by Theda Kenyon, 
music by R. Huntington Woodman 
of U. S.] (Two songs for medium 
voice, no. 1) [3444 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444347; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

My eose in the valley of deeams; 
words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
Max Dolin [of U. S.] [3445 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442663 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

My shining stae; words by Edgar 
Bateman, music by George E. Roe 
[of Great Britain] [3446 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435798; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

My soldiee boy's in eueope ; words by 
F. D. Smith, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3447 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444763 ; Franklyn D. Smith, 
San Francisco. 

My soul is set among the staes. See 
Tent in the desert. 

My southern eose; words by E. F. 

Jantz, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3448 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442835; 

E. F. Jantz, Quincy, 111. 

My sweet eose just wait a little 
longee; words by L. D. Pistoni, 
music by Tony A. Paola [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors and composers 
service co. [3449 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442770; 
Louis D. Pistoni, Providence, R. I. 



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My Welsh home; written and com- 
posed by A. Melville [of Great Brit- 
ain], arr. by O. G. Brinkmeier [of 
U. S.] [3450 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444587; 
Alice Melville, London. 

My Yankee sweetheaet ; words and 
music by M. Riggs [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [3451 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444309; Mary Riggs, Murphys- 
boro, 111. 

Mystic (The) chime; waltz, words 
and music by H. Panduro [of U. S.] 

[3452 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1919; E 444732; 
Henry Panduro, Milwaukee. 

Name (The) of Feance; part song, 
words by Henry Van Dyke, music by 
James H. Rogers [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [3453 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1919 ; 
E 442794; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Naomi; waltz, by F. W. Vandersloot 
[of U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry 
[of U. S.] ; full band. 4to. [3454 
© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444428 ; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 



full orch., piano ace. 
[3455 



4to. 



© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444325 ; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

National songs of the Allies ; arr. 
by James H. Rogers [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan. 15 p. fol. [3456 
© Jan. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
aff. Feb. 20, 1919 ; A 511683 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement for the or- 
gan] 

Nation's (The) eosaey; words and 
music by Sarah C. David [of U. S.] 

[3457 
© June 26, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444362; Seidel music pub. 
co., inc., Indianapolis. 

Nazaeene (The) ; sacred oratorio, 
libretto by Laurene Highfield, music 
by Samuel W. Beazley [of XT. S.] 
4to. Chicago, Geo. F. Rosche & co. 

[3458 
© Dec. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 444070 ; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 



'Neath the blue skies of my Colo- 
eado home ; words and music by H. 
A. Drumm [of U. S.], arr. by X. 

[3459 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 
E 443053; Henry A. Drumm, Boul- 
der, Col. 

Neeves; trio, from See you later, 
words by Guy Bolton and P. G. 
Wodehouse, music by Jean Schwartz 
[of U. S.] [3460 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442669; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Nevee let a black cat darken youe 
dooe; words by J. A. Shackelford, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3461 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444533; 
James A. Shackelford, Venice, Cal. 
Nevee to paet again ; words by Ben 
Baer, music by Jacob Henry Ellis 
and Benj. Richmond [of XJ. S.] 
Richmond, publisher, New York. 

[3462 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444141; B. Richmond & E. Ellis, 
New York. 
New national hymn ; words and 
music by B. J. Hoffacker [of XJ. S.], 
arr. by Conrad Wirtz. New York, 
Service music co. [3463 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919, 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444134; B. J. 
Hoffacker, New York. 
New (A) national hymn; words by 
A. Morajeska, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of IT. S.] [3464 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444191; 
Alice Morajeska, Tucson, Ariz. 
New (The) watch on the Rhine; 
words by L. E. Buehring, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3465 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442836; 

Leo E. Buehring, Sylvan Grove, Kan. 

Night; from Tiger rose suite, by H, 

Forrest [of U. S.] ; piano. [3466 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444669; 

Hamilton Forrest, Chicago. 

No beee, — no woek ; words and melody 

by S. Marley [of U. S.] [3467 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444427; 

Sam V. Marley, New York. 

No man's land was Yankee land ; 
words and music by Jas. J. Mc- 
Grath [of U. S.] [3468 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 4.44323; John McGrath & sons co., 
Canton, Miss; 



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3485 



No more or war; words by Ur'Dahl, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3469 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444525; 

Ur'Dahl, Livingston, Mont. 

Noble (The) troops of Uncle Sam; 
words by O. Brown, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3470 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442690 ; Ollie Brown, Stewardson, 
111. 

Nobody else will do ; words by Betty 
Marion, music by Charley Straight 
[of U. S.] [3471 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 444324; Buckeye music pub. co., 
Columbus, O. 

Nobody knows the trouble I see. See 
Gillette (James R.) Three negro 
sketches. 

Non ho parole (How can I tell thee) ; 
poem by Aldo Fumagalli, English tr. 
by Deems Taylor and K. S., music by 
Gabriele Sibella [of U. S.] ; high 
voice. [3472 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444046; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Non-pareil ; march, by Lizetta Mowen 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [3473 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 

E 443023; Mrs. E. S. Mowen, 

Lima, O. 

Nona; waltz song, by Vandersloot, 
played by Wm. E. Bergg [of U. S.] ; 
in F. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, no. J102513) [3474 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442955; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 

Nono San, lilla Fru Mane; song, mu- 
sic by Emil Sjogren [of Sweden] op. 
68, no. 2. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
no. 1921) [3475 

© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435870; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Not now ; words by E. E. Hewitt, music 

by S. B. Jackson [of U. S.] [3476 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 

E 444157; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

Nothing but thorns remain ; words 
and music by L. F. Keating [of 
U. S.] [3477 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1919 ; E 444255 ; 
Louis Foster Keating, Belleville, 
N. J. 



Now Bottomley's words are true; 
words and music by R. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee [of Great Britain) 

[3478 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435807; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Now give them all a job; words by 
P. Dillon, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3479 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444504; 
Percy Dillon, Haverstraw, N. Y. 

NOW LISTEN ! THE WAR IS OVER, NOW 

then what next; words and music 
by George L. Rothermel [of U. S.] 
op. 107. [3480 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444357 ; Rothermel music pub. co., 
Sunbury, Pa. 

Now the war is over ; words by E. B. 

Smith, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3481 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442614; 

Elmer B. Smith, Pittsburgh. 

O holy night. See Garland (A.) 
Two Christmas melodies. 

O ! jazzy joys ; words and music by G. 
De Cimber [of U. S.] Milwaukee, 
Wis., Wm. A. Kaun music co. (Cover 
title: Jazzy joys) [3482 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443015 ; Giuseppe De Cimber, Mil- 
waukee. 

O King of heaven ; music by N. J. 
Sokoloff, English adaptation by N. 
Lindsay Norden [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Russian church mu- 
sic, no. 4612) [3483 
© Feb. 21, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442908; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on English adaptation] 

O LITTLE MOTHER OF MINE; WOrdS by 

Walter H. Brown, music by L. M. 
Rile [of U. S.] [3484 

© Jan. 25, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444554; LeRoy M. Rile, 
Philadelphia. 

O mio babbino caro. See Puccini (Gia- 
como) 

O ! praise God ! O ! praise God ! in 

the highest; words and music by 

P. P. Frederick [of U. S.] [3485 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443157; 

P. P. Frederick, Wilmington, N. C. 



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'O renitente; parole e musica di F. 
Manzi [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] [3486 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 441962; 
Felice Manzi, Brooklyn. 

O sons and DAUGHTEES. See Easter 
carol annual. 

Off to the greenwood ; lyric by Helen 
Taylor, music by May H. Brahe [of 
England] ; in E flat. [3487 

© Jan. 31, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 435788 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Oh boy ! you are a dandy ; words by 
J. L. Beck, music by Mort. Snyder 
[of U. S.] [3488 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444718; Snyder & Beck, Louis- 
ville. 

Oh don't tell the same things over ; 
words and melody by Nell Marshall 
[of U. S.] {In Muskogee times dem- 
ocrat, v. 25, no. 46, Feb. 22, 1919) 

[3489 
© Feb. 22, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443039 ; Mrs. Herbert L. Marshall, 
Muskogee, Okl. 

Oh girl of my dreams; words by 
W. Wade, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3490 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442843; 
Welzie Wade, Wadesville, Ind. 

Oh ! God of battles ; words by V. L. 
Taylor, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3491 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444524; 
Virginia L. Taylor, Clifton Springs, 
N. Y. 

Oh ! he's a brave lad ; words by G. W. 
Byrnes, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3492 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442641; 
Geo. W. Byrnes, Tippecanoe, O. 

Oh Helen ; march and one step, by 
Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Mor- 
gan, arr. by Geo. F. Briegel [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [3493 

© Feb. 25, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919 ; E 442900 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Oh ! how I hate to get up in the 
morning; by Berlin, played by Vic- 
tor Arden and Al Sterling [of U. S.] ; 
in G. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, no. H 102234) [3494 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442942; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 



Oh ! it^s great to be flying above ; 

words and music by W. H. Oster [of 

U. S.] [3495 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1919; E 443465; 

Walter H. Oster, Petaluma, Cal. 

Oh ! oh ! Broadway ; words by A. J. 
Lepore, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3496 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442460; 
Anthony J. Lepore, Altoona, Pa. 

Oh, that moon ; words by S. Hill, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3497 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443161; 
Saul Hill, New Orleans. 

Oh, those jazzy blues; words by 

Lew Stern, music by H. Kaplan [of 

U. S.] [3498 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 443076; 

Harry Kaplan, Newark, N. J. 

Oh, to be heart on heart ; words by 
W. E. Henley, music by Pedro De 
Zulueta [of Great Britain] [3499 
© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435866 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Oh ! wonderful golden star ; words 

by E. Rennie, melody by Thos. C. 

Freeman [of U. S.] [3500 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442898; 

Emma Rennie, New York. 

Oi weiber, weiber; words and music 

by Louis Friedsell [of U. S.] [3501 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444439; 

Isaac Naiburg, New York. 

Old Erin, I hear you calling me; 

words by J. A. Goggin, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3502 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443170; 

James A. Goggin, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Old (The) fashioned garden; words 
by M. Whelan, melody by M. Peree 
[pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of 
U. S.] . [3503 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444577; 
Marie Whelan, Rockville, Ind. 

Old Glory; words and music by L. 

Von der Lieth [of U. S.] [3504 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 444145; 

Leonore Von der Lieth, Los Angeles. 

words by B. M. Wright, music by 

George Hulton [of U. S.] [3505 

-© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444395; 
Bertha M. Wright, San Francisco. 



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3523 



Old Glory goes over the top; fox- 
trot, words and music by H. A. Ryan 
[of U. S.] [3506 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444128; Helen A. Ryan, Water- 
town, N. Y. 

Old Glory's return ; song and march, 
words and music by F. J. O'Neill [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3507 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 442815; Felix J. O'Neill, Stafford 
Springs, Conn. 

Old (The) home is calling me; words 
by E. Quillen, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3508 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442699; E. Quillen, Massillon, O. 

Old Jim Jones ; words by T. J. Hon- 
aker, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American music 
co. [3509 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444781; T. J. Honaker, 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Old time love for old times sake; 
Words bv J. A. Martyn, music bv H. 
Bauer [of U. S.] [3510 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443019; Jean Allan Martyn, 
Dallas. 

Old (The) Vindictive; two-part song, 
words by C. Fox Smith, music by 
Easthope Martin [of England] 4to. 
(Two-part songs with ordinary and 
tonic sol-fa notations, no. 103) 

[3511 
© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14. 1919 ; 
E 435792 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

On horseback. See Pleasant moments. 

On our way to Germany ; by W. H. 
Grumpelt [of U. S.] ; band. obi. 
24mo. [3512 

© Nov. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 442742 ; William Henry Grumpelt, 
New Brighton, N. Y. 

On some far star ; words and melody 
by F. Young [of U. S.] [3513 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444667; 
Frank Young, New York. 

On the island of my dreams ; words 
and music by H. A. Smith [of U. S.] 

[3514 
© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443018 ; Harry A. Smith, Los An- 
geles. 



On the road to eternity ; poem by W. 
T. Hannon, music by Helen Tynan 
Hannon [of U. S.] ; high voice. 

[3515 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444356 ; Wm. Tynan Hannon, Chi- 
cago. 

On their return ; words by E. S. 
Moberly, melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[3516 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442515; 
Edward S. Moberly, Louisville. 

On top of the hills ; by Mana- 
Zucca [of L T . S.] op. 50, no. 7 ; piano. 
(Five nature pieces, second grade, 
no. II) [3517 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444048; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

One and two and three and four ; 
rockabye, words and music by Cra- 
mer and Lay ton [of U. S.] [3518 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444076; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

One more; words and music by Clar- 
ence Lucas [of U. S.] ; in A flat. 

[3519 
© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 442915; Chappell & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Only a faded rose-bud ; words by Mrs. 

M. M. McCrackin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3520 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919: E 442837; 

Mrs. Maurice M. McCrackin, Rio, 111. 

Only (The) flag; words and music 
by R. Garlington [of U. S.] Chicago, 
B. R. Garlington. [3521 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443041; Rowena Garlington, Chi- 
cago. 

Onward sons of freedom. See Ameri- 
can battle songs of freedom. 

Opus nos. i to 17 ; by D. R. Clark [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. [3522 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919; E 444060; 
Duncan R. Clark, Forest City, la. 

Organist (The) ; v. XXII, no. VI, bi- 
monthly journal, ed. by E. L. Ash- 
ford and Karl K. Lorenz [of U. S.] ; 
pipe and reed organ, obi. 8vo. 

[3523 
© Jan. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. and an°. Jan. 
30, 1919 ; A 510784 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 



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3524 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Oeiental blues ; fox trot, by R. Wie- 
doeft [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 4to. 

[3524 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444390; 
Rudy Wiedoeft, New York. 

Oriental song ; from Glorianna, words 
by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, mu- 
sic by Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] 

[3525 
© Feb. 18, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444350; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Orientale ; by M. P. Jones [of U. S.] ; 
mandolin, duo style. (Master edi- 
tion, no. 1) [3526 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 443075 ; Martin Paul Jones, Hous- 
ton. 

Orth (John) Six nature pieces; by 
J. Orth [of U. S.] op. 18; piano. 
Contents : Rushing waters. — The 
breathing rose. — Song of the wind. — 
What the old oak said. — Wood- 
nymphs. — Rolling billows. [3527 

© Feb. 6, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 444062; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Ou ma caravane (Where my caravan 
has rested) ; celebre melodie an- 
glaise, words by Edward Teschem- 
acher, version franchise de Pierre 
d'Amor, musique de Hermann Lohr 
[of England) ; piano et chant. 1. 
Fa.— 2. Sol.— 3. La bemol. 

[3528-3530 
© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435606-435608; Chappell & 
co., ltd., Paris. 

Our beautiful banner ; words by Pat- 
rick Keen an, music by E. B. Bartz 
[of U. S.] [3531 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444601; 
Ernest B. Bartz, New York. 

Our big jazz band; words by Clifford 
Harris, music by Jas. W. Tate [of 
Great Britain] [3532 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435808; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Our blest Redeemer; words by Har- 
riet Auber, music by Charlwood 
Dunkley [of Great Britain] ; in D. 

[3533 
© Feb. 28, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1919; E 435957; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 



Our boys and the Red, White and 
Blue; words and music by Samuel 
L. Peckham, arr. by Maxwell Gold- 
man [of U. S.] (Cover title: For 
our boys and the Red, White and 
Blue) [3534 

© Dec. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444364; Seidel music pub. co., 
inc., Indianapolis. 

Our boys are coming home ; patriotic 
song, words and music by C. O. 
Dahlen [of U. S.] ; quartette or solo. 

[3535 
© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; E 442893 ; Carl O. 
Dahlen, Quincy, Mass. 

Our boys, no one can take their 
place; words by S. A. Drew, music 
by Louis Boos [of U. S.] [3536 

© Feb. 17, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444319; Sherman A. Drew, 
Jackson, Mich. 

Our boys welcome home; words and 
music by H. C. Miller [of U. S.] 
Post card. [3537 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444122; Hiram C. Miller, 
Parkesburg, Pa. 

Our constant prayer [and] My own 
evening hymns; words and music 
by C. J. North [of U. S.] Starry 
flag edition. 4to. [3538 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444673; Chas. J. North, Buffalo. 

Our day; victory valse, by Maurice 
Verral, arr. by H. M. Higgs [of 
Great Britain] ; orch., piano ace. 
4to. (Chappell & co.'s orchestral 
journal, no. 767) [3539 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1919 ; E 435859 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Our emblem it is true ; words and mu- 
sic by E. Leischner [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [3540 

* © Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444491 ; Edmond Leischner, 
Redfield, S. D. 

Our emblem of democracy; words by 
A. H. Baker, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3541 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444810; Albert Hamilton 
Baker, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 



2X2. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1919 



3560 



OUE FAREWELL NIGHT ; WOl'dS by M. 

Hester, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3542 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444777 ; Mabel Hester, Butte, 
Mont. 

Our flag ; words by Madeline Bridges, 
music by A. M. Tischer [of U. S.] 

[3543 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444429; 
Ann M. Tischer, Brooklyn. 

Our flag supreme; words by W. H. 

Morgan, music by Harmon Ranger 

[of U. S.] [3544 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442825; 

W. H. Morgan, Bagdad, Cal. 

Our heroes come marching home; 
words and music by I. R. Johnson 
[of U. S.], arr. by Dan Ball [of 
U. S.] [3545 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442791; 
Ida Redington Johnson, Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich. 

Our homeland O, our homeland; 
words and music by B. S. Dexheimer 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [3546 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442723; 
Bessie Stair Dexheimer, Fort Atkin- 
son, Wis. 

Our land so great and wonderful ; 
words and music by C. W. Laufer [of 
U. S.j Svo. [3547 

© Feb. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1919; E 443017; Calvin W. Laufer, 
New York. 

Our life and the rose. See Composi- 
tions, bk I. 

Our mothers; words and music by 
C. E. Baughman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3548 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444486 ; Chas. E. Baughman, 
Brownwood, Tex. 

Our nation's flag ; words and music 

ed. and arr. by Scott pub. co. [of U. 

S.] [3549 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444702. Scott pub. co., Detroit. 

Our sailor boys ; words by M. A. Wil- 
liams, melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[3550 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444571; 

Maude A. Williams, Gatesville, Wis. 



Our Sammies over there ; words by J. 
M. Beavert, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3551 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444812 ; J. M. Beavert, Los 
Angeles. 

Our soldier boys ; words and music by 
D. Owens [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [3552 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444453; Delmar Owens, 
Millville, Fla. 

Our soldiers and sailors welcome to 

you; words and melody by E. D.' 

Webber [of U. S.] [3553 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 441972; 

Ella D. Webber, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Our soldiers' farewell; words by C. 

D. Smith, music by Samuel J. Mustol 

[of U. S.] [3554 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444424; 

Charles D. Smith, San Jose, Cal. 

Our soldiers' return ; words by C. D. 

Smith, music by Samuel J. Mustol 

[of U. S.] [3555 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444425; 

Charles D. Smith, San Jose, Cal. 

Our starry flag ; words by T. B. Liv- 
ingston, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3556 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442627; 
T. B. Livingston, Colon, Panama. 

Our victory ; words and music by Mrs. 
O. Kuehn [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [3557 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444482; Mrs. Otto Kuehn, 
Milwaukee. 

words and music by P. Davis [of 

U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[3558 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444465 ; Philo Davis, Beaver 
City, Utah. 

Out of the deep; anthem, four part 
song, words from Psalm CXXX, mu- 
sic by Conrad Wirtz [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan, mixed chorus and solo quartet. 
(8vo. choruses, no. 6788) [3559 

© Feb. 13, 1919, 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444168; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Out upon the battle line; words by 

R. H. Turner, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3560 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; E 444516 ; R. 

H. Turner, Norfolk, Va. 



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3561 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Ovee here ; words by J. L. Lyshon, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3561 
© 1 c. Feb. IT, 1919; E 444202; 
John L. Lyshon, Pottsville, Pa. 

Over the sea; words by Emmaline 
Gleeson, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.} Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [3562 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444790; Ellen Emmaline 
Gleeson, New York. 

Over the top ; words by A. Birdsall, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3563 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444840; Alice Birdsall, Car- 
lin, Nev. 

Over the top we go; words by J. 
Stokes, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3564 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444816; James Stokes, Ply- 
mouth, Wis. 

Over there; fox-trot, by George M. 
Cohan, an-, by H. M. Higgs [of Great 
Britain] ; orch., piano ace. 4to. 
(Chappell & co.'s orchestral journal, 
no. 766) [3565 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 435858; Wm. Jerome pub. 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Owl (The) ; march and two-step, by 
R. J. Hamilton [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3566 
© Dec. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444006; National music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Palestrina (Giovanni Pieeluigi 
Sante) Prayer; adoramus Te, by 
G. P. S. Palestrina, ed. by Clarence 
Dickinson [of U. S.] ; organ. (His- 
torical recital series, no. 17) [3567 
© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1919; E 444.033; H. W. Gray co., 
New lork. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Palms (The) ; by J. Faure, arr. by 
Jas. H. Johnstone [of U. S.] ; tenor 
mandola solo; universal notation, 
duo style. [3568 

© Jan. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444137; James Hart Johnstone, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



Pals; words by P. E. Gold, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3569 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; E 442465 ; P. 
E. Gold, Macomb, Mo. 

Panama (The) stroll; dance of 1919, 
words and music by L. J. Fowler [of 
U. S.] [3570 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443022; Lemuel J. Fowler, Chi- 
cago. 

Parlez-vous anglais? words by M. S. 
Buzzell, music by Franz Landes [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors & com- 
posers service co. [3571 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444433; 
Marion Stephanie Buzzell, Old Town, 
Me. 

Passacaglia ; von Oskar Merikanto [of 
Finland] op. 80, rev. by Julia A. Burt 
[of U. S.] ; fiir orgel, fis moll. 4to. 
obi. (Wilhelm Hansen ed., no. 1786) 

[3572 
© Sept. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1918 ; 
E 442926; Wihelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 

Past days and I, banished from your 
heart ; words by F. Payne, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3573 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442822; 
Frank Payne, Etowah, Tenn. 



Past is Lenten sadness. 
carol annual. 



See Easter 



Pastime. See Pleasant moments. 

Path (The) is brighter; words by 

Alfred Barratt, music by Henry P. 

Morton [of U. S.] 8vo. [3574 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444353 ; C. Hauser, Cleveland. 

Patriotic Christian ode ; words and 
music by E. N. Whitman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [3575 
© Jan. 22, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444311 ; E. N. Whitman, Eatonton, 
Ga. 

Patriotic emblems ; words and music 

by H. V. A. Loring [of U. S.] [3576 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444251; 

Helene Valentine Athene Loring, 

Chicago. 

Patriotic U. S. A. ; words and music 
by H. Patton [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3577 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444312 ; Homer Patton, Claremore, 
Okl. 



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no. 3, 1919 



3596 



Peace; words by A. Wilson, music by 
H. B. Roland [of U. S.] [3578 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443159; 
Almira Wilson, Medford, Or. 

Peace chimes ; words by L. E. Jobe, 
music by Artie Bowers [of U. S,] 
New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [3579 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444432; 
Lula E. Jobe, Columbus, O. 

Peace forever; march, by Jas. Long 
[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [3580 

© Jan. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444557; Municipal pub. co., Read- 
ing, Pa. 

words and music by B. J. Hoff- 

acker [of U. S.J, arr. by Conrad 
Wirtz. New York, Service music co. 

[3581 
© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; E 444135 ; B. J. 
Hoffacker, New York. 

Peace has come ; words and music by 
F. R. Howard [of U. S.] Los An- 
geles, Howard music co. [3582 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 441994; Florence Reed Howard, 
Los Angeles. 

Peace-hymns of the eepublic ; words 
by Henry Van Dyke, music by Walter 
Damrosch [of U. S.] 8vo. (Supple- 
mentary hymns, no. 14) [3583 
© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435965 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Peace immortal; words and music by 

C. B. Derr [of U. S.] Toledo, O., 

Derr bros. [3584 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444700 ; Chas. B. Derr, Toledo, O. 

Peace jubilee march ; by S. L. John- 
son [of U. S.] ; band. [3585 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; E 442079 ; S. 
L. Johnson, Fort Hancock, N. J. 

Peace shall be queen ; words by E. 
Lehne, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3586 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444538; 
Emil Lehne, St. Paul. 

Peace waltz; by E. A. Reda and B. 
Landino [of U. S.] ; piano. [3587 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444737 ; Eugene Reda and Bernard 
Landino, Cleveland. 

Peaceful slumber. See Pleasant mo- 
ments. 



Pennsylvania ; words and music by 
F. B. Kunselman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3588 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444472 ; Frank B. Kunselman, Lin- 
hart, Pa. 

words and music by F. Hall [of 

U. S.], arr. by George D. Haage [of 
U. S.] Harrisburg, Pa., Harrisburg 
music co. [3589 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442657; Frank Hall, Harrisburg, 
Pa. 

Penny (A) for your thoughts; from 
Take it from me, by Will R. Ander- 
son, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. 
S.] ; hotel orch., E flat. 4to. [3590 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444338 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Pep; fox trot, by C. Dill-Pavlick [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3591 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442886; 
Clinnie Dill-Pavlick, St. Louis. 

Pershing's army song ; words by G. G. 
Sherwood, music by Wm. Brunsvold 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., National 
music co. [3592 

© Dec. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1919 ; 
E 444069 ; Geo. G. Sherwctod, Valpa- 
raiso, Ind. 

Pershing's dreams; words by J. H. 
Umphrey, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3593 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442858; 
J. H. Umphrey, Inglewood, Cal. 

Pershing's heroes ; words and music 
by V. Whiting [of U. S.] [3594 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444494; 
Volney Whiting, Washington. 

Personal liberty ; we can't work if we 
don't get beer, words and music by 
M. J. Fitzpatrick [of U. S.] New 
York, Fitzpatrick brothers. [3595 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442929; Michael Joseph Fitzpat- 
rick, New York. 

Peter Piper's picking peaches ; words 
by Hi Browning, music arr. by Hazel 
M. Browning [of U. S.] Toledo, O., 
H. B. Browning music co. [3596 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442553 ; H. B. Browning, Toledo, O. 



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Petite caprice; by Ethel Barns [of 

Great Britain] ; piano. [3597 

© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 

E 435831; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., 

London. 

Petite maison geise (Little grey home 
in the West) ; celebre melodie ang- 
laise, words by D. Eardley-Wihnot, 
version franchise de Pierre d'Amor, 
musique de Hermann Lohr [of Eng- 
land] ; piano et chant. 1. Ut. — 2. Re 
bemol.— 3. Mi bemol. [3598-3600 

© Dec. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435599-435601; Chappell & 
co. ltd., Paris. 

Picnic march ; by H. E. Ruhe [of U. 
S.] op. 130, no. 7 ; piano, four hands. 
(Piano duets in the easier grades) 

[3601 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444565 ; J. H. Faunce co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Picture (The) I'm dreaming of you; 

words by L. S. McConnell, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3602 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442638; 

L. S. McConnell, Sherwood, Or. 

Pig Latin love; words and music by 
L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Fried- 
land [of U. S.] [3603 
© Mar. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444734; Gilbert & Friedland, inc., 
New York. 

Pins and needles ; fox trot, by Sydney 
Baynes [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[3604 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435909; Swan & co., Watson & 
Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Plaza girl; words and music by D. 
Garrabrant [of U. S.], arr. by Ford 
[of U. S.] [3605 

© 1 c. music May 24, 1918; 1 c. 
words Feb. 20, 1919; E 441907; 
Douglas Garrabrant, Paterson. 

Pleasant moments; album of easy 
pieces, by Wilson Manhire [of Great 
Britain] ; piano. Contents : A spring 
morning. — Pastime. — In the fields. — 
Bagatelle. — On horseback. — Peaceful 
slumber. [3606 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435841 ; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Pledge to the flag; words by A. O. 

Hutchinson, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [3607 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; E 442759 ; A. 

Carter Hutchinson, Cayuga, Ind. 



Poles forever; polka, by L. I. Liggy 
[of U. S.] ; instrumental. [3608 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442660; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Pomp and circumstance; no. 1, mili- 
tary march, by Elgar, played by An- 
drei Kmita [of U. S.] and Joseph 
Lambert [of Belgium] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, no. P 19727) 

[3609 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442939; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation] 

Postlude ; alia gavotta, by Frank Ren- 

ard [of U. S.] ; organ. [3610 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444344; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Postlude in A; by J. Lamont Gal- 
braith [of U. S.] ; organ. [3611 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442545; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Powder and patches. See Hampton 
court. 

Power (The) of nature; musical 
drama, lyrics by D. Meerovitz and 
L. Friedsell, music by L. Friedsell 
[of U. S.] ; sc. [3612 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 444116; 
Louis Friedsell, New York. 

Practical (The) harmonization of 
melodies ; elementary lessons, by 
Mrs. Maitland Watson [of Great 
Britain] 4to. Chicago, Clayton F. 
Summy co. [3613 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 435948 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Prayer. See Palestrina (Giovanni 
Pierluigi Sante) 

Prayer (A) for those at sea; words 
and music by Bernard Hamblen [of 
U. S.] ; in E flat. [3614 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442918; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Prayer of a soldier in France ; part- 
song, words by Joyce Kilmer, music 
by Camille W. Zeckwer [of U. S.] 
op. 39, no. 1; mixed voices, 4to. 
(Mendelssohn club collection, no. 
15584) [3615 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
19.19; E 442540; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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3631 



Peesto; from Sonata 333, by Johann 
Joachim Qnantz [of U. S.], ed. by 
Clarence Dickinson [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan. (Historical recital series, no. 
4) [3616 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442565; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

Pride of the caravan ; words by Ar- 
thur J. Lamb, music by W. C. Polla 
[of U. S.] [3617 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919; E 442665; Joe Morris music 
co.. New York. 

Princess waltz ; by H. E. Ituhe [of 
U. S.] op. 130, no. 6; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [3618 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444564; J. H. Faunce co., 
Philadelphia. 

Private Rufus Rastus Johnson 

Brown ; words and music by M. 

White [of U. S.] 8vo. [3619 

© 1 c. Feb. 24. 1919; E 444392; 

Millicent White, Buffalo. 

Pro patria ; march by Ethel Boyce [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [3620 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 435913; Augener, ltd., London. 

Promise (The) ; part-song, words by 
John Vance Cheney, music by Wil- 
liam Armour Thayer [of U. S.] 
men's voices. (Octavo series, no. 
430) [3621 

© Feb. 12, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 444091; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Provad's Polske orle bialy (Lead 
Poland's white eagle) ; words and 
music by B. Stosik [of U. S.], arr. 
by Silas S. Gay [of U. S.] [3622 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442735; 
Boleslaw Stosik, Denver. 

Puccini (Giacomo) O mio babbino 
caro (Oh my beloved daddy) ; from 
Gianni Schicchi, Italian words by 
Gioachino Forzano, English version 
by Edoardo Petri, music by G. Puc- 
cini [of Italy] 1. High voice. — 2. 
Low voice. [3623,3624 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. each Feb. 3. 
1919; 1 c. each Feb. 8, 1919; E 
444037. 444038; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., Milan. 



Puccini (Giacomo) — Continued. 

Tabarro (II) ; da La houppelande 

di Didier Gold, libretto di Giuseppe 
Adami — Suor Angelica [e] Gianni 
Schicchi ; libretto di Gioachino For- 
zano ; musica di G. Puccini, riduzi- 
one di Carlo Carignani [of Italy] ; 
piano sc. with words. 4to. [3625 
© Feb. 20, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1919; E 435845; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Put on thy golden slippers. See 
Tent in the desert. 

Put the kibosh on the Kaiser in 
the land of Germany ; words and 
music by E. Lundergan [of U. S.] 

[3626 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444560; Ed. Lundergan, Cohoes, 
N. Y. 

Quando tu canti (When you are sing- 
ing) ; love song, words by Enrico 
Panzacchi, English version by Fred- 
erick H. Martens, music by P. A. 
Tirindelli [of U. S.] (Cover title: 
When you are singing) [3627 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444182; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Rag-time wedding day; words and 

melody by Chas. R. McCarron and 

Carey Morgan [of U. S.] [3628 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442788; 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Ragging from the firing-line ; words 
and music by W. F. Raymond [of 
Canada] [3629 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 435837; 
Wm. F. Raymond, Kitchener, Can- 
ada. 

Rainbow (A) from the U. S. A.; one- 
step, from Everything by Wenrich, 
played by Victor Arden asstd. by 
W. E. D. [of U. S.] ; in A flat. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. 
V 102474) [3630 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442959; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Rainbow (The) song; words and 
melody by F. M. Lehman [of U. S.], 
arr. by Claudia Lehman Mays [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3631 

© Jan. 22, 1919; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1919; E 444054; Frederick Martin 
Lehman, Pasadena. 



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Rainy (The) day; words by Henry 
W. Longfellow, music by Ben Arya 
Dove [pseud, of G. Feigenbaum of 
U. S.] [3632 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 444414; 
Gerson Feigenbaum, San Antonio. 

Rally around Old Glory; words by 
A. Oberling, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3633 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442708; Arthur Oberling, 
New Orleans. 

Recess march ; by H. E. Ruhe [of 
U. S.] op. 130, no. 3; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [3634 

© Feb. 10. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444544; .T. H. Faunce co., 
Philadelphia. 

Red (The) cross heroine; words by 
R. Kirk, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3635 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444540; 
Roger Kirk, Saginaw, Mich. 

Red (The) triangle; march, by J. H. 
Johnstone [of U. S.] ; full mand. 
orch. [3636 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444138 ; James Hart Johnstone, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Refrain ; of one in a far country, words 
by Arthur Shearly Cripps, music by 
Martin Shaw [of England] ; medium 
voice. [3637 

© Jan. 24, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 435811; Winthrop Rogers, 
ltd., London. 

Rejoice, O Israel, the dream of 
dreams come true; words by Her- 
man Danziger, music by Elias A. 
Lessem [of U. S.], arr. by Solomon 
T. H. Hurwitz [of U. S.J [3638 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444441; 
Danziger Hurwitz, Lessem & Mes- 
singer, New York. 

Remember a smile is worth while; 
words and music by D. A. Murphy 
[of U. S.] [3639 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 443060; Daniel A. Murphy, Dan- 
bury, Conn. 

Remember the heroes that died; 
words and melody by G. V. Rankin 
[of Great Britain, domiciled at 
Brooklyn] [3640 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442732; 
George Valler Rankin, New York. 



Remembrance; words and music by 
F. C. Butchart [of Canada, domi- 
ciled at Chicago], arr. by Edmund 
Braham [of England, domiciled at 
Chicago] [3641 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442672; 
Frederick Charles Butchart, Chi- 
cago. 

Renard (Frank) Prelude; fantasia, 
by F. Renard [of U. S.] ; organ. 

[3642 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444343; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Rendez-yous (A) with life; words 

by G. Leckliter, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3643 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444207; 

Grace Leckliter, Columbus, O. 

Republic of destiny ; poem and music 
by W. T. Seeger [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices. 4to. (Men's club edition) 

[3644 
© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919 ; E 443073 ; William Tully See- 
ger, Boston. 

Republic song — the khaki boys ; 
words by S. B. Hacker, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3645 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444759 ; S. B. Hacker, New 
Ulysses, Kan. 

Return of spring ; words by Ssii- 
Kung-Tu, English version by L. 
Cranmer Byng, music by Frances 
Wyman [of U. S.] [3646 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441950; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 
Return (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
by George and J. E. Newman, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3647 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441996; 

James E. Newman, Chicago. 

Return of victorious legions ; march, 

by Francis A. Myers [of U. S.] op. 

126, 4to. 1. Orch. 2. Band. 

[3648, 3649 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 10, 
1919; E 442506, 442507; Fillmore 
bros. co., Cincinnati. 
Reverances (Les) ; menuet par Ignaz 
Friedman [of Austria] ; pour des in- 
struments a cordes; partition et 
parties d'orchestre. 4to. ( Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, nr. 1926) [3650 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E .435900 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



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3668 



Reverie ; by Claude Debussy, trans, by 
Palmer Christian [of U. S.] ; organ. 

[3651 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444066; Boston music co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription.] 
Rick ; words and music by D. B. Bruun 
[of U. S.] [3652 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444073; Dick B. Bruun, Colum- 
bus, O. 



(Cover title: Rick he made 

the Huns sick) [3653 

© Feb. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1919; E 444710; Dick B. Bruun, 
Columbus, O. 

Ride on, ride on in majesty. See 
Gounod (Charles Frangois) 

Riff-boom-bang; words by J. H. 
O'Brien, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3654 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444828 ; J. H. O'Brien, Par- 
ent, Canada. 

Rippling (The) water; by Mana- 
Zucca [of U. S.] op. 50, no. 6 ; piano. 
(Five nature pieces, no. 1) [3655 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441952 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Rise, crowned with light ; anthem, 
words by Alexander Pope, music by 
L. M. Rile [of U. S.] [3656 

© Jan. 13, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444555; LeRoy M. Rile, 
Philadelphia. 

Riveter's (The) rag; lyric by R. Co- 
burn, music by V. Rose [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Cal., Chas. W. Hatch 
music pub. co. [3657 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444408 ; Chas. W. Hatch, Richard 
Coburn and Vincent Rose, Los An- 
geles. 

Roads ; words by Mary E. Baker, music 
by Clarence Dickinson [of U. S.] 

[365S 

© Feb. 20. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 

E 442806 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Rokoko ; von Willy Burmester [of 
Germany] op. 15; violine und kla- 
vier. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 
1942) [3659 

© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435894; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Rolling billows. See Orth (John) 
Six nature pieces. 

Rolling down to Rio ; words by Rud- 
yard Kipling, music my Edward Ger- 
man [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices. (Part-song book, second se- 
ries, no. 1327) [3660 
© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1918 ; 
E 440394 ; Rudyard Kipling, London. 

Rolling hoop rondo ; by H. E. Ruhe 
[of U. S.] op. 130, no. 5 ; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [3661 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444563; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Romance; from the suite Tiger-Rose, 
by H. Forrest [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3662 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444383; 
Hamilton Forrest, Chicago. 

Roosevelt ; words by P. M. Howe, mel- 
ody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3663 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444570; 
Pearl M. Howe, Lisle, N. Y. 

Rose (A) : words by Mrs. L. S. Nash, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3664 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442636; 
Mrs. Lansing S. Nash, Short Beach, 
Conn. 

Rose memories sweetheart of you ; 
words by E. C. Burdick, music by 
Artie Bowers [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors & composers service co. 

[3665 
© 1 c. Feb. 15. 1919; E 442720; 
E. C. Burdick, Hope Valley, R. I. 

Rose of Romany ; lyric by Louis Wes- 
lyn, music by Neil Moret [of U. S.J 

[3666 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E. 443051; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
New York. 

Rose of the world ; from First song 
album, lyric by H. D. Banning, music 
by Jack Thompson [of England] ; in 
B flat. [3667 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435790 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Rose of Verdun ; from the Overseas 
revue, lyric by Raymond B. Egan. 
music by Richard A. Whiting [of 
U. S.] [3668 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442996 ; Jerome PI. Remick & co., 
New York. 



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Rose room ; fox-trot, by Hickman, 
played by Victor Arden asstd. bv 
W. E. D. [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, no. F 19713) 



© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442961 ; Rythmodik music corp.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Roses bring sweet thoughts of you ; 
lyric bv Billy James, music by Joseph 
Kiefer [of U. S] [3670 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443045 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Roses of Lorraine ; fox-trot, by Smith, 
played by Wm, E. Berge and Paul 
King [of U. S.] ; four hands, in A 
flat. (Rythmodik record music rolls, 
no. J 102483) [3671 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442949; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Roses of Picardy ; celebre melodie 
anglaise, words by Fred E. Weath- 
erly, version frangaise de Pierre 
d'Amor, musique de Haydn Wood 
[of England] ; 1. Sol mineur, con- 
tralto. — 2. La mineur, mezzo. — 3. Si 
mineur, sop. [3672-3674 

© Dec. 27, 1918 : 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1919; E 435593-435595; Chappell & 
co. ltd., Paris. 

Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio) The 
mountain maid ; Tyrolese chorus 
from William Tell, by G. Rossini, 
arr. by editors of American book co. ; 
school cho. of mixed voices. 4to. 
(Choral art series, no. 12) [3675 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E. 443173 ; American book co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
arrangement and harmonization.] 

Roumanian wedding song ; chorus, 
words by Fred. G. Bowles, music by 
Reginald De Koven [of U. S.] op. 
411 ; women's voices, contralto or 
baritone solo, violin ad lib 4to. 
(Choral music, series 36, no. 1410) 

[3676 

© Feb. 15. 1919 : 2 c. Feb. 18, 1919 ; 

E 444248; Boston music co., Boston. 

Round the town ; fox trot, by J. Y. 

Arden [of U. S.] ; piano. [3677 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 

' E 442997; John Victor Arden, New 

York. 



Rover redo w a ; by H. E. Ruhe [of U. 
S.] op. 130, no. 10; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [3678 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444568; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Row gently here ; words by Thomas 
Moore, music by Paul Van Katwyk 
[of Holland, domiciled at Dallas, 
Tex.] ; medium in G min. [3679 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444065 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Rushing waters. See Orth (John) 
Six nature pieces. 

Ruspana ; lyric by Thomas Field, mu- 
sic by Mary Earl [pseud, of Robert 
A. King, of U. S.] [3680 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444678 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Rustic (A) holiday; by Geo. L. 
Spa ul ding [of U. S.] ; piano. [3681 

© Feb. 10. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442542; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Rustic revels ; suite, by Percy E. 
Fletcher [of Great Britain] ; orch., 
piano conductor. (Chappell's orches- 
tral selections, no. 131) Contents: 
Dancin' on the green. — At Quality 
Court. — All the fun o' the fair. 

[3682 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 435857 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

S. O. L. for life (Soldier out of luck) ; 
words and music by Dick Snyder 
[of U. S.] [3683 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444550; Richard N. M. Snyder, 
Easton, Pa. 

S' ruetli ; words and music by F. 
Zimmerman [of Switzerland] [3684 

© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1918; E 443088; 
Fritz Zimmerman, New York. 

Sa jag fardas sjalf mot fjarran (So 
geht auch mein weg in's weite) ; 
words by J. L. Runeberg, music by 
Ture Rangstrom [of Sweden] (Idyll, 
no. 11) [3685 

© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E- 435877 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



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3703 



Sadan yard blott finner flickan 
(Solche pfleg'nur bleibt clem mad- 
chen) ; words by J. L. Runeberg, 
music by Ture Rangstrom Tof Swe- 
den] (Idyll, no. 8) [3686 
© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435876; Willielm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Sadness ; English version by L. Cran- 
mer Byng, tr. from Odes of Confu- 
cius, music by G. M. Oaks [of U. S.] 

[3687 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443109; 
Geoorge M. Oaks, New York. 

Sail again Mayflower ; words by L. 
M. Holmes, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3688 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444747; Lloyd M. Holmes, West- 
boro, Mass. 

Sail home ; words by L. E. A. Coram, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3689 

.© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444205; 

Lillian E. A. Coram, Vanceboro, Me. 

Sailing, sailing over the sea ; words 

and music by D. S. Knowlton [of 

U. S.] [3690 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 444139; 

Donald Snow Knowlton, Cleveland. 

St. Basil's hymnal ; an extensive col- 
lection of English and Latin hymns, 
comp. by The Basilian fathers [of 
Canada] Rev. ed. Chicago, 111., 
John P. Daleiden co. [1918] 344, 
[7] p. 8vo. [3691 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1919 ; 
aff. Jan. 16, 1919 ; A 512337 ; Francis 
Forster, Sandwich, Ontario, Canada. 

Salazar (Adolfo) Trois preludes 

(Three preludes) ; par A. Salazar 

[of Spain] ; piano. [3692 

© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 435945 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Salute, a golden star is passing by ; 
words and melody by D. T. Austin 
[of U. S.], arr. by Thos. C. Freeman 
[of U. S.] [3693 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1919; E 442009; 
Donald T. Austin, Peniman, Va. 

Salvation army ; grand victory march, 
words by S. Carpenter, music by Leo- 
nore Von Der Lieth [of U. S.] 

[3694 
© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1918; E 443069; 
Samuel Carpenter, Los Angeles. 



Salvation blues ; a camp meetin' 
croon, words and music by Augustus 
Butler [of U. S.], arr. by J. Russel 
Robinson [of U. S.] [3695 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 441943; 
Pace & Handy music co. inc., New 
York. 
Salvation lassie of mine ; waltz, by 
Cacldigan & Story, arr. by Wm. 
Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3696 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444857 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 
Salvation Nell, we'll not forget 
what you did for us over there; 
lyrics by Hal L. Kiter, music by Win- 
field Peter De Long [of U. S.] 

[3697 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 442980; Halwin music pub. co., 
New York. 
Sammie (A) brave; words by M. G. 
Meadows, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3698 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444234; 
Mabel Glenn Meadows, Stoneville, 
N. C. 
Sammies (The) ; words and music by 
Mrs. J. R. Dodd [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3699 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444488 ; Mrs. J. R. Dodd, Dallas. 
Sammies (The) are marching to 
plant our flag in old berlin ; 
words by Mrs. C. F. Walker, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[3700 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442705 ; Mrs. C. F. Walker, Pacific 
Junction, la. 
Santa Lucia; trans, by Nino Gavitti, 
played by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] ; 
in D flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, no. J 102214) [3701 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442970 ; Rythmodik music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Satan's invitation ; words and music 

by F. Ritter [of U. S.] ; piano with 

text. [3702 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 

E 443027 ; Frank Ritter, Chicago. 

School bell ; words by Charles Leach, 
music by Paul Levi Specht [of U. S.] 

[3703 
© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444728 ; Monarch music co., inc., 
Reading, Pa. 



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3704 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Schubeet (Feanz Petee) Litanei ; 
von Pr. Schubert [of Germany], arr. 
von Axel Hildingsen [of Denmark] ; 
salonorchester. 4to. (Heimdal, mr. 
38) [3704 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435905; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Sea-gypsy; words by Richard Hovey, 
music by Henry Clough-Leighter [of 
U. S.] op. 65, no. 1 ; bass voice. 

[3705 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444068 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Sea (The) of His love; words by Ina 
Duley Ogdon, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel [of U. S.] [3706 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444164; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Sea witches ; words and music by C. 

W. Krogmann [of U. S.] [3707 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 444052; 

Carrie W. Krogmann, Brookline, 

Mass. 

See you latee giels ; from See you 
later, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[3708 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444358; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

See you latee shimmy ; from See you 
later, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jean Schwartz and Win. M. 
Daly [of U. S.] [3709 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 
E 444041; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Sei beato; mazurcho, melody by G. 
Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.] [3710 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919; E 444412; 
Giuseppe Tarantola, Brooklyn. 

Send me a shameock from Ieeland; 
words and music by W. B. Anderson 
[of U. S.] [3711 

© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 442748; William Birkett Ander- 
son, San Francisco. 

Send this message home to mothee ; 
words by E. C. North, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3712 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442818; 
E. C. North, High View, N. Y. 



Seeenade Noevegienne; by Gustave 
Sandre" [and] Bluette; by George 
Aitken; arr. by Adolf Schmid [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
orch. with piano conductor. (Gal- 
axy, no. 135). [3713 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441961; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Seevice (The) flag; words and music 
by P. Linkhart [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3714 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444474; Pearl Linkhart, Broken 
Arrow, Okl. 

She has a wondeeful, wondeeful 
smile, that deae little mothee of 
mine ; words and music by J. T. 
Haddow [of U. S.], arr. bv James H. 
Oliver [of U. S.] [3715 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 443103; 
James Turnbull Haddow, Scranton, 
Pa. 

She's so diffeeent, she keeps me 
guessing all the time ; words and 
music by Harold Shaw [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Oal., Chas. W. Hatch 
music pub. co. [3716 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 444407 ; Chas. W. Hatch, Los An- 
geles. 

She's waiting in old ieeland; words 

by Lucille M. Sanford, music by 

Harry H. Williams [of U. S.] [3717 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 

E 442754; Weile pub. co., St. Louis. 

Shim me some moee; fox trot, by B. 
Frank [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[3718 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444152; 
Babb Frank, Chicago. 

Shortest day. See Findling (Jean) 
Two songs. 

Shweig sug ich die ; words and music 
by Louis Friedsell [of U. S.] [3719 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444437; 
Isaac Naiburg, New York. 

Sighs ; words by W. L. Bolian, music 
by Charles F. Besche [of U. S.] 

[3720 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442648; 
Walter Louis Bolian, Chicago. 
Sigma lambda nu; waltz, words and 
music by F. W. Beaston [of U. S.] 

[3721 
© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
E 441968; Frank William Beaston, 
Philadelphia. 



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no. 3, 1919 



3739 



Silver fox ; fox trot rag, by H. Z. 
Halliwell [of U. S.] ; piano. [3722 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 444326; 
Hubert Zimmer Halliwell, Loch Mid- 
ler, N. Y. 

Silvia's cradle song; words and mu- 
sic by R. L. Herman [of U. S.] ; 
high voice and low voice. [3723 

© Mar. 4. 1919; 2 c. each Mar. 7, 
1919: E 444727; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Since sister Mary learned the Rus- 
sian dancing art ; words and music 
by G. Simons [of U. S.] [3724 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442729; 
Garwood Simons, San Francisco. 

Sing, heart of delight; waltz-song, 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Nellie Simpson [of Great Britain] ; 
in B flat. [3725 

© Jan. 31. 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435853; Metzler & co. (1909), ltd., 
London. 

Singing (The) dunes; words by C. P. 
W., music by Mary Root Kern (of U. 
S.] [3726 

© Feb. 27. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444597 ; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Slacker (The) : words by Mrs. F. J. 
Leslie, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3727 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444826; Mrs. F. J. Leslie, 
Ensley, Ala. 

Sleep baby ; trio, words by Maud Sid- 
ley, music by J. Christopher Marks 
[of England] ; female voices. (No- 
vello's octavo edition of trios, etc. 
for female voices, no. 467) [3728 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435834 ; Novell o & co., London. 

Sleeping over there ; words by J. W. 
Kemmerer, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3729 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444223; 
J. Wesley Kemmerer, Lewisburg, Pa. 

Smile and the world smiles with 
you, weep and you weep alone; 
words by Jimmie Lucas, music bv 
Billy Frisch [of U. S.] [3730 

© Feb. 18, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444435; Broadway music 
Corp., New York. 



Smile for the boys when they come 
home; words bv J. Hamilton, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3731 
© 1 c. Feb. 7. 1919; E 442467; 
Jesse Hamilton, Option, Pa. 

SMIE.E (A) WHEN THE HEART IS BREAK- 
ING ; words bv W. Courtney, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago. North American music co. 

[3732 
© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444765; W. Courtney, Itan- 
toul, 111. 

Smiles of long ago ; words by F. W. 
Stodgell, music by Clifton Keith [of 
IT. S.] Long Branch, N. J., Keith's 
music pub. house. [3733 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444546 ; Frank W. Stodgell, 
Long Branch, IN. J. 

Smiling khaki lad ; words and music 
by R. A. Sharron [of U. S.] [3734 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442790; 
Roswell A. Sharron, Plattsburg, 
N. Y. 

SO LONG OLD PAL NOT GOOD-BYE ; WOl'dS 

by Joseph A. O'Donnell, melody bv 

Harry R. Barron (of U. S.] [3735 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; E 442750 ; H. 

R. Barron, and J. A. O'Donnell. New 

York. 

Sogno di bimba (Baby dream) ;versi di 
Gennaro Camerlingo, musica di 
Luigi Arleo e Umberto Boccia [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
canto e manclolino. [3736 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443034 ; Nicold Biondo, New York. 

Soldier (The) ; words by Rupert 
Brooke, music by C. C. Sumsion [of 
England] op. 22, no. 2. London, 
Novello & co., ltd. [3737 

© Mar. 7. 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435968 ; C. Corbett Sumsion, Berk- 
hamsted, England. 

Soldler blues ; words by Admond 
Nivelles, music by Billy Smythe [of 
U. S.] [3738 

© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442931; Billy Smythe music 
co., Louisville. 

Soldier (The) boy from Illinois; 
words by A. McFarlane, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3739 
© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 442682 ; A. McFarlane, Chi- 
cago. 



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3740 



pt. iii, n. s., v. 14 



SOLDIER BOY I'LL BE HERE TO WELCOME 

you; words and music by D. 
O'Rourke [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [3740 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 444307 ; Desmond O'Rourke, 
Wichita, Kan. 

Soldier boy I'm waiting ever and 
only for rou ; words and music by 
Lyman Fordyce [of U. S.], arr. by 
Gus Guentzel. St. Louis, Mo., Amer- 
ican music co. [3741 
© Jan. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 444254; Lyman F. Jackson, St. 
Louis. 

Soldier boy we are backing you; 
words and music by G. Fisher [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[3742 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444308; Gayle Fisher, In- 
dianola, 111. 

Soldier boy you're not forgotten ; 

words by J. E. Saul, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3743 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444515; 

J. E. Saul, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Soldier (A) boy's farewell; words 
by H. C. May, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3744 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442704; Helen C. May, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Soldier boys from the Filipinos' 
shore; words and music by H. A. 
Drumm [of U. S.], arr. by X. [3745 
© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 
E 443052; Henry A. Drumm, Boul- 
der, Col. 

Soldier we welcome you ; words by J. 
McCauley, music by A. Stanley- 
Moore [of IT. S.] [3746 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 441997; 
James McCauley and Art Stanley- 
Moore, New York. 



Soldier's (A) courage; words by M. 
C. Daseler, music by Artie Bowers 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [3747 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442778; 
Minnie C. Daseler, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Soldier's (The) idea of heaven; 
words and music by D. T. Brabant 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [3748 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444470; Daisy Taylor Bra- 
bant, Sandusky, O. 

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Soldiers of the U. S. A. ; words and 
music by Jimmy Johnston [of U. S.], 
arr. by Burrell Van Buren [of U. S.l 
Indiana Harbor, Ind., Jimmy John- 
son. [3749 
© Feb. 8, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919; 
E 442550; James Johnston, Indiana 
Harbor, Ind. 

Soldier's (A) prayer from over 
there ; words by D. Flenoe, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[3750 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444523; 
Daniel Flenoe, Orange, N. J. 

Soldier's (The) song; words by A. 
Neumeister, music by L. B. Stark- 
weather [of U. S.l Rockford, 111., 
A. G. Ogren music co. [3751 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442551; Alice Neumeister, Rock- 
ford, 111. 

Soldier's usual sweet aspirations ; 
words and music by H. J, Martin 
[of U. S.] [3752 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443025; Henry J. Martin, Goff, 
Kan. 

Some day before long; words and 
music by C. Calvin [of U, S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [3753 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 444302 ; Connie Calvin, Villa 
Ridge, 111. 

Some day I'll come back to you; 
words and music by Gitz Rice [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] [3754 

© Jan. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 443048; Henry Burr music corp-s- 
New York. 

Some times when skies seem gray; 

words and music by F. H. Cole [of 

U. S.] [3755 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442559; 

Fred H. Cole, Valparaiso, Ind. 



Somebody's dreaming of you; words 
and music by A. Livingston [of U. S.l 

[3756 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444240; 
Arthur Livingston, New York. 



Somebody's dollars ; words by M. Sal- 
mans, music by Roy S. Hartlawn 
[of U. S.] (Cover title: Somebody's 
dollars will help him, I wonder if 
they'll be yours) [3757 

© Feb. 20. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 444316; Mabel Salmans, 
Burdett, Kans. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITION'S 



no. 3, 1919 



3773 



Somehow you're just my style; 
words and music by Joseph E. How- 
ard [of U. S.] [3758 
© Feb. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444140; Jerome H. Reinick & co., 
New York. 

Someone's been telling you lies ; 
words and music by H. V. Coyle [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harry J. Lincoln [of 
U. S.] [3759 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444584; 
Hugh Vincent Coyle, Philadelphia. 

Sometime it will be lovetime, some- 
time — somewhere ; lyric by Lee M. 
Walker, music by Gerald Arthur 
[pseud, of Arthur Bergh, of U. S.] ; 
in F. [3760 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17. 
1919; E 444123; Henry Burr music 
Corp., New York. 

Sometimes I feel like a motherless 
child ; negro spiritual, arr. by H. T. 
Burleigh [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
4to. [3761 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442927; G. Ricordi & co., New 
York. 

Somewhere in France, dear; words 
by L. Dowdy, music by N. W. All- 
phin [of U. S.] [3762 

© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444556; Laura Dowdy, Charlie, 
Tex. 

Somewhere in southern France; 
words by C. H. Clapp, melody by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] [3763 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444574; 
C. H. Clapp, Schell City, Mo. 

Sommernat; av Leon Jessel [of Ger- 
many] op. 274; piano. In Nyt bal 
album) « [3764 

© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435883; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Sommertegn ; tekst af Herman Wil- 
denvey, musik af Sophus Andersen 
[of Denmark] [3765 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435908; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Sonetto del Petrarca. See Liszt 
(Franz) 

Song (A) in the air; lyric by Kath- 
leen Stuart, music by Felix Corbett 
[of England] ; in G. [3766 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 435789 ; Enoch & sons, London. 



Song (A) of rejoicing; anthem, metri- 
cal version of Psalm 104, music by 
Clifford Demarest [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 1253) 

[3767 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444090; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Song (The) of songs (Chanson du 
coeur brise) ; melodie, by Moya, sim- 
plified by Geo. L. Spaulding [of U. 
S.] ; piano. (Melodies from over- 
seas, no. 5) [3768 

© Feb. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 442923; Chappell & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on sim- 
plified fingering.] 

Song (A) of thanksgiving ; quartette, 
words by James Thomson, music by 
Frances Allitsen, arr. by Sumner 
Salter [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Secular quartettes for mixed voices, 
no. 1289) [3769 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 444843; Boosey & co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Song (The) of the archangel; trio 
and chorus, music arr. by H. Tol- 
styakoff, English adaptation by N. 
Lindsay Norden [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Russian church music, 
no. 4615) [3770 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442910; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish adaptation.] 

Song of the Athlyan new light ; 
African, words by Robert Athlyan 
Rogers, music by W. Huntington [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3771 

© Jan. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444026 ; Shippear & sons, Newark. 

Song (The) of the private; words 
and melody by Jack Frost [of U. S.] 

[3772 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444118; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 

Song of the soldier boys ; words by 
J. V. Watkins, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [3773 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442763; 
J. V. Watkins, Brown, W. Va. 

Song of the wind. See Orth (John) 
Six nature pieces. 



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3774 



pt. in, u. s., v. 14 



Song of victory ; cantata, text by Ed- 
ward M. Chapman, music by Louis 
Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 125; 
mixed voices. 4 p. 1., 33 p. 4to. 

[3774 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff . Feb. 
18, 1919 ; © CI. A 511628 ; Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston. 



women's voices. 4 p. 1., 27 p. 

4to. [3775 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
18, 1919 ; © CI. A 511629 ; Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston. 

Song (A) or victory ; chorus, written 
and composed by Percy E. Fletcher 
[of England] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[3776 
© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435839 ; Novello & co., London. 

■ words bv Ellen M. H. Gates, music 

by Frank T. Harrat [of U. S.] 8 vo. 
(Supplementary hymns, no. 8) 

[3777 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 

E 444594 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Songs ; words by Hi Browning, music 
by Hazel M. Browning [of U. S.] 
Toledo, O., H. B. Browning music co. 

[3778 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 

E 443030 ; H. B. Browning, Toledo, O. 

Songs unsung ; words by Edwin Kings- 
ton Hurlbut, music by H. Z. Long 
[of U. S.] ; high voice, in C. [3779 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919; E 441482; 
Howard Zell Long, Stevens, Pa. 

Soul echoes ; a collection of gospel 
sons:s for church, by R. H. Cornelius 
[of U. S.] [222] p. 12mo. [3780 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
24, 1919; A 511719; Rufus Henry 
Cornelius, Forth Worth, Tex. 

Southern dreams ; slow melody waltz, 
by George Hamilton Green [of U. 
S] ; piano. [3781 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444129 ; Daniels & Wilson, inc., San 
Francisco. 

Sparrow. See Tschaikowsky (Peter 
Iljitch) 



Speak to me love, I love you ; words 
by Peggy White [pseud, of Mathilde 
Zacher], music by Artie Bowers [of 
U. S.] [3782 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443120; 
Mathilde Zacher, Irvington, N. J. 

226 



Spirit (The) of our soldier boys at 
the front ; words by C. E. Lewis, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3783 
© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13. 1919 ; 
E 442675: Cynthia Eudora Lewis, 
Tushka, Okl. 

Spirit (The) of victory; words and 
music by H. E. Cogswell [of U. S.] 

[3784 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1919 ; E 442756 ; Hamlin E. Cogswell, 

Washington. [Copyright is claimed 

on slight change of words] 

Spring morning. See Pleasant mo- 
ments. 

Spring (A) song; good night beloved, 
lyric from The afterglow, music by 
Giro Pinsuti, arr. by the editors of 
the American book co. ; school cho. 
of mixed voices. 4to. (Choral art 
series, no. 11) [3785 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 443174; American book co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
arrangement and harmonization] 

Spring will return with you ; quar- 
tette, words by May Stanley, music 
by Geoffrey O'Hara [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [3786 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444683 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Springtanz. See Grieg (Edvard Ha- 
gerup) 

Squirrel (The) two-step; by E. Ro- 
sales [of U. S.] ; piano ; in G. 
(Happy days, no. 4321) [3787 

© Dec. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444005; National music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Stand up ! be a man ! words by L. 
Schwetizgebel, melody by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] 3788 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444580; 
Lula Schwetizgebel, Portland, Or. 

Star (A) of gold; recitative and aria, 
words by C. V. Ashbaugh, music by 
D. O. Evans [of U. S.] [3789 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441984; Clarice V. Ashbaugh, 
Youngstown, O. 

Star of hope; words and melody by 
M. L. Jeffords [of U. S.] [3790 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444078; 
Minnie Lee Jeffords, New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1919 



3808 



Starlight; by Mana-Zucca [of U. S.] 
op. 50, no. 1; piano. (Five light 
pieces, no. 1) [3791 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441953; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Stars (The) and Steipes ; words by 
William Cullen Bryant, music by B. 
J. Hoffacker [of U. S.] arr. by Con- 
rad Wirtz. New York, Service mu- 
sic co. [3792 
© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444133; B. J. 
Hoffacker, New York. 

Stars (The) and Stripes aee waving 
on the German Rhine; words by 
T. S. M. ; music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3793 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444527; 
Mrs. T. S. Moore, Mission, Tex. 

Stars (The) and Stripes have joined 
the fray ; words by G. A. Anderson, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3794 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444773 ; Gustav A. Anderson, 
Morris, Minn. 

Step lively Bessie; words by Lew 
Frank [pseud, of C. F. Stubbs] and 
Wm. M. Wright, music by W. M. 
Wright and I. W. Hamilton [of U. 
S.l ; arr. by I. W. Hamilton. [3795 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444095; 
C. F. Stubbs, Ira W. Hamilton, and 
W. M. Wright, Newport, Ky. 

Stillness of night; by Frederick 
Chubb [of Great Britain] ; organ. 
obi. 8vo. [3796 

© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435946; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Strolling ; words and music by W. H 
Badke [of Canada, domiciled at Sa 
lina, Kan.] [3797 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 442987 
William H. Badke, Salina, Kan. 
Strolling down the valley of roses 
words by B. F. McLean, music by 
W T . W. Webb [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors & composers service co. 

[3798 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442719; 

B. F. McLean. Alliance, O. 

Sturdy sons of Poland; oberek, by 

L. I. Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[3799 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442662; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 



Sueno de amor; melodia, letra de J. 
Bertman, melodia de C. Mejia [of 
Mexico, domiciled at New York], 
arr. by J. Bertman [of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at New York] [3800 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 443079; 
Julio Bertman and Carlos Mejia, 
New York. 

Sunlight; by Mana-Zucca [of U. S.] 
op. 50, no. 4; piano. (Five light 
pieces, no. 4) [3801 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441956; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Sunlit hills of Picardy ; words by 
D. J. Mitchell, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3802 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444807 ; D. J. Mitchell, Mali- 
koff, Tex. 

Sunny fields ; by L. Leslie Loth [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Six very easy pieces, 
no. 6) [3803 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444181; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Sunshine Mary; words by Ruth E. 
Coats [pseud, of Ruth E. Smith], 
melody by W. Smith [of U. S.] 

[3804 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444042; 
Walter Smith, San Francisco. 

Suor Angelica. See Puccini (Giaco- 
mo) Tabarro, Suor Angelica [e] 
Gianni Schicchi. 

Surely you'll come back to me; 
words by L. Hawkins Cannell, music 
by L. H. Cannell and Mrs. E. E. Neill 
[of U. S.] [3805 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443123; 
Lina H. Cannell, Grand Jet., Col. 

Sweet angel of mine; words by A. 

Elyn, music by Foley and Woods [of 

U. S.] [3806 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444719 ; Aaron Elyn, Tacoma. 

Sweet baby doll; words by Wilbur 
Leroy, music by G. W. Thomas of U. 
S.] New Orleans, La., Geo. W. 
Thomas music co. [3807 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444071 ; Geo. W. Thomas, New Or- 
leans. 

Same. [3808 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443024 ; Geo. W. Thomas, New Or- 
leans. 



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Sweet Genevieve; words by George 
Cooper, music by Henry Tucker, arr. 
by W. Rhys-Herbert [of U. S.] ; com- 
piled by G. Burton ; unison or mixed 
voices. 8vo. ( Community-sing book : 
Fischer ed. no. 4570) [3S09 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442905; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Sweet libeety ; words by A. R. Esslin- 

ger, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3810 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442828; 

A. R. Esslinger, Huntsville, Ala. 

Sweet Noea McSheen ; words by J. 
Fenton, music by Chas. L. Johnson 
[of U. S.] Kansas City, Mo., Frank- 
lin Hudson pub. co. [3S11 
© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442913 ; John Fenton, Bethel, Kan. 

Sweet (A) old fashioned song; 

words bv Mary L. Kenner, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3812 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444214; 

Mrs. E. B. Kenner, Houston. 

Sweet Siamese; words by Edward 
Madden, music by Mary Earl [pseud. 
of Robert A. King, of U. S.] [3813 
© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444679; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Sweet somebody of mine; words and 
music by Ted Koehler and S. Wil- 
liams [of U. S.], arr. by Jean Walz 
[of U. S.] [3814 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444245; 
Spencer Williams, Chicago. 

Sweetest giel I evee saw; words by 
G. M. Sattes, music by R. H. Bren- 
nen [of U. S.] [3815 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444697; G. M. Sattes, Steuben- 
ville, O. 

SWEETHEAET, I'M DEEAMING OF YOTJ ; 

words and music by S. P. Harris [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice, with male or 
mixed quartette and violin obbl. De- 
troit, Sydney P. Harris co. [3816 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 
E 443057 ; Sydney P. Harris, Detroit. 

Syeia ; Oriental characteristic fox-trot 

classique, by Alexander Maloof [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [3817 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442538 ; Leo Feist inc., New York. 

Tabaeeo. See Puccini (Giacomo) 



Tails up eveey time ; words and music 
by Clarkson Rose [of Great Britain] 

[3818 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435802; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Take me back to no-man's land; 

words and music by B. Hooker [of 

U. S.] [3819 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444581; 

Brian Hooker, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Take off youb hat to the doughboy ; 
words by Mrs. W. C. Reddell, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3820 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442831; 
Mrs. W. C. Reddell, Waco, Tex. 

Take Thou my hand; words anon., 

music by J. A. Parks [of U. S.] ; 

mixed voices. 4to. [3821 

© Feb. IS, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 

E 442804 ; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

Take up thy ceoss and follow Me ; 
sacred song, words by C. Saunders, 
music by H. W. Petrie [of U. S.] ; 
low voice with duett and mixed quar- 
tette chorus. [3822 
© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444004; National music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Tanglefoot (The) ; from Take it from 
me, by Will R. Anderson [of U. S.] ; 
hotel orch., E flat, 4to. [3823 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444337 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Tank song ; words and music by J. F. 
W. Lange [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [3824 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444485 ; J. F. W. Lange, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 

Tanz dee insekten (Dance of the in- 
sects) ; von Johan S. Svendsen [of 
Norway], arr. von Nicola j Hansen 
[of Denmark] ; salonorchester. 4to. 
(Heimdal, nr. 34) ' [3825 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 435899; Wiihelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Te Deum laudamus in C ; [words from 
the prayer book], music by Norman 
Coke-Jephcott [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Church music review, 
no. 519) [3826 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1919; E 442564; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



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no. 3, 1919 



3844 



Tears ; English version by L. Cranmer 

Bvng, tr. from Wang Seng-Ju, music 

by G. M. Oaks [of U. S.] [3827 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 443108; 

George M. Oaks, New York. 

See also Miller (Annie Z.) Two 

short songs. 

Teasing; by L. Leslie Loth [of U. S.] 
piano. (Six very easy pieces, no. 5) 

[3828 
© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444180; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Teasing eyes ; words by W. L. Bolian, 

music by Charles F. Besche [of 

U. S.] [3829 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442647; 

Walter Louis Bolian, Chicago. 

Teddy; words by Wm. J. McKenna, 
music by Ted Snyder [of U. S.] 

[3830 
© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444420; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Teddy, we miss you so; words by R. 
Harris, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3831 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443164; 
Rose Harris, Cleveland. 

Tell me that you're sincere; words 
and music by Harold Dixon [of 
U. S.] [3832 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441964; Dixon-Lane pub. co., St. 
Louis. 

Tell mother not to weep for me; 
words and music by G. Fluckey [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[3833 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444459; Georgia Fluckey, 
Afton, la. 

Tent (A) in the desert; cycle of four 
songs, words by Edward Lockton, 
music by Evelyn Sharpe [of Great 
Britain]; medium voice. Contents: 
A tent in the desert. — My soul is set 
among the stars. — When I must 
leave thee. — Put on thy golden slip- 
pers. [3834 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E 435862 ; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 
Thanatopsis blues ; words and melody 
by Porter P. Grainger [of U. S.], arr. 
by Clarence M. Jones [of U. S.] 

13835 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 443068; 
Wm. A. Thomas, Chicago. 



That bridge to cross ; words by L. L. 
Willet, music by Vincent J. Nery 
of U. S.] Chicago, Liberty music 
house. [3836 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 442998; Letha Layton Wil- 
let, Chicago. 

That happy day, when the boys 
come home again ; words and music 
by Mrs. Edward M. Bush [of U. S.], 
arr. by A. B. Cintura. Evansville, 
Ind., Patriotic music & card co. 

[3837 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442523; E. M. Bush, Evansville, 
Ind. 

That jazzy navy band ; words and 
music by F. M. Witter [of U. S.l 

[3838 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442645; 
Frances Minerva Witter, Storm 
Lake, la. 

That long, long trail is getting 
shorter now ; words and music bv 
Jack Mahoney [of U. S.] [3839 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 444394; Henry Burr music 
Corp., New York. 

That revolutionary rag; from The 
royal vagabond, words and music 
by Irving Berlin [of U. S.] [3840 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1919; E 442800; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

That's why God loves the Irish ; 
lyric by John W. Bratton, music 
by Ernest R. Ball [of U. S.] [3841 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 443083 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

That's why I can't forget ; words by 
. Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred 

Solman [of U. S.] [3842 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 

E 442664; Joe Morris music co., 

New York. 

That's why I'm sad and lonely; 
words by Mrs. V. A. Austin, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3843 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443158; 
Mrs. V. A. Austin, Rumford Falls, 
Me. 

That saucy melody ; words by G. E. 

Telfair, music by E. 3. S. Huntings 

ton [of U. S.] [3844 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444208; 

Geo. E. Telfair, Detroit. 



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That Shanghai melody ; words by Al. 
M. Kendall, music by J. Russel Rob- 
inson [of U. S.] [3845 
© Feb. 22, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442930; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

That smile was worth while ; words 
by F. Baker, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3846 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443152; 
Flo Baker, Fort Lupton, Col. 

That telegraph rag; by M. Goldsant 
[of U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3847 

© Dec. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; E 444082 ; Morris 
Goldsant, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on orchestration.] 

words and music by M. Goldsant 

[of U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry. 
Chicago, Morris, music publisher. 

[3848 
© Dec. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Dec. 26, 1918 ; 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1919; E 441969; Morris 
Goldsant, Chicago. 

Their cause of going; words by K. 
Berton, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3849 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444749; Katherine Berton, West 
Helena, Ark. 

Then our debt to France is square ; 
words by V. W. Knutsen, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3850 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442679 ; Victor W. Knutsen, Brook- 
lyn. 

There are happy days for you ; words 

by A. Kantorski, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3851 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442860; 

A Kantorski, Jersey City. 

There is no death — they all survive ; 
lyric by Frederick W. Bentley, music 
by F. Henri Klickmann [of U. S.] 
(In Musical courier, v. LXXVIII, no 
9, Feb. 27, 1919) [3852 

© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 443105 ; Musical courier co., New 
York. 



medium, in E flat. 



[3853 



© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1919 ; 
E 443122 ; Frank K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. 



There is so much in Old Glory, when 

THE SUN SINKS IN THE WEST; WOrdS 

by M. Whelan, melody by M. Peree 
[pseud, of Mrs. P. B. Robinson of" 
U. S.] [3854 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444578; 
Marie Whelan, Rockville, Ind. 

There'll be no show to-night ; word& 
and melody by Jack Frost [of U. S.] 

[3855> 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444117; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 

There's a bright light a shining; 
words by W. Stratton, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American co. [385(> 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444757; Walter Stratton, Owasco, 
N. Y. 

There's a flag waving in France; 

words by M. Bettcher, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3857 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 44.4235; 

Martin Bettcher, Clifton, N. J. 

There's a fresh breeze blowing; 
words by J. O'Reilly, music by Har- 
old Jenner [of Great Britain] ; in C. 

[3858 
© Jan. 27, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435854; Metzler & co. (1909) ltd., 
London. 

There's a good time a-coming; one- 
step march song, words and music by 
Erie Threlkeld [of U. S.] [3859 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444317; Erie & Leo pub. CO., 
Charleston, 111. 

There's a good time coming; words 
and music by James Anderson and 
Alexander Halkett [of U. S.] [3860' 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919 ; 
E 441974 ; Anderson & Halkett, War- 
ren, O. 

There's a longing in my heart for 
you Marie ; words by H. H. Smedley, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3861 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444506; 
Harry H. Smedley, Philadelphia. 

There's a sacred spot in Flanders; 
words by L. F. Nielson, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3862 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444531; 
Lillian F. Nielson, Paxton, 111. 



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no. 3, 1919 



3880 



Theke's a star in the service flag 
for me; words by M. H. Cox. music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[3863 
© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444824 ; May Harrod Cox, Deputy, 
Ind. 

There's a vacant chair; words by G. 
McDaniel, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3864 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442635; 
Grace McDaniel, Oneida, Kan. 

There's more to the kiss than the 
X-X-X; from Good morning Judge, 
words by I. Caesar, music by Geo. 
Gershwin [of U. S.] [3S65 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 442666; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

There's no home like your mother's ; 

words and music by W. J. Storz [of 

U. S.], arr. by Harry P. Guy. [3866 

© Feb. 20. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 

E 442896 ; William J. Storz, Detroit. 

There's no one can love like a 
mother; words by N. Latter, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3867 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442821; 
Nettie Latter, Detroit. 

There's not a girl in France like 
mine; words and music by W. E. 
Healey [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [3868 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444471; Win. Everett 
Healey, Murray City, Utah. 

There's nothing to it at all ; words 
and music by O. J. Levy [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [3869 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444464 ; Oscar J. Levy, New 
York. 

There's only one to whom she's 
true, a soldier in khaki, a sailor 
in blue; words by M. E. Prickett, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [3870 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442629; 
Mary E. Prickett, Spokane, Wash. 

There was a youth who loved a 
maid ; mock ballad, words and 
melody by Jack Frost [of U. S.] 

[3871 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444119; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 



There will be a Yankee movement 

IN THE WATCH ON THE RHINE ; WOrdS 

by R. M. Erwin. music by Frank W. 
Ford [of U. S.] New York, Authors 
& composers service co. [3872 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442780; 
R. M. Erwin, Hillsboro, Or. 

They'll all be home again ; words by 
M. G. Quinn, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3873 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444210; 
May G. Quinn, Newport, Ky. 

They'll come back to the land of 
tfie free; words and music by W. 
Hurley [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [3874 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444455 ; Win. Hurley, High- 
land Town, Md. 

They're coming back ; words and 
melodv bv M. L. Jeffords [of U. S.] 

[3875 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444080; 
Minnie Lee Jeffords, New York. 

They're over there, they're over 
there ; words by W. Eiff, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3876 
© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444750 ; Wm. Eiff, Louisville. 

They say ; words by Phyllis Austin, 
music by C. Warwick-Evans [of 
Great Britain] [3877 

© Feb. 12, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 435843 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

They shall not pass ; a patriotic 
march song, words by A. W. Osborn, 
music by Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [3878 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442776; 
Arthur W. Osborn, Philadelphia. 

They've taken my laddie away from 
me; words by G. Allenbaugh, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[3879- 
© Dec. 13, 1918: 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442707; Gail Allenbaugh, 
Mansfield, O. 

Thine is the greatness ; text from 
the Bible, music by J. Lainont Gal- 
braith [of Canada] ; in D flat, B 
flat. [3880 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435963; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 



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3881 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Think of me; words by N. C. Creech. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [3881 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442809; 

Norman C. Creech, Kline, S. C. 

Thinking of you; ballad, words by T. 
C. Holderness, music by Frank W. 
Ford [of U. S.] [3882 

© Jan. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 
E 444126: Thos. Cline Holderness, 
Topliff, Utah. 

Thistledown ; waltz, by E. M. Floyd 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Sedalia, Mo., A. 
W. Perry's sons. [3883 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1919; E 444109; Elsie May Floyd, 
Am-ericus, Kan. 

Tho' the angelus was einging ; words 
by J. Molloy, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3884 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444508; 
John Molloy, New York. 

Those blue tantalizing, wonderful 
eyes ; words by J. E. Hanlon, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3885 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444528; 
James E. Hanlon, New York. 

Those dog gone penetrating blues ; 
words by J. A. Shackelford, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3886 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444532; 
James A. Shackelford, Venice, Cal. 

Thou great comfort (Du werter 
Troster), Golden harps are sounding 
(Gold'ne harfen klingen), Behold the 
Lamb of God (Sieh das ist Gottes 
Lamm) [and] Confirmation (Konfir- 
mation) ; words and music by H. B. 
Proehl [of U. S.] ; female voices. 
English and German text. 4to. 
(Sacred songs for female voices, no. 
3) [3887 

© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 444738 ; H. B. Proehl, Chicago. 

Thoughts travel quicker than the 
telephone; words by Ernest 
Butcher, music by Olive Turner [of 
Great Britain] [3S8S 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 435855; J. B, Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Three cheers for our boys ; words by 
M. Bowman, music by S. A. Bowman 
[of U. S.] [3889 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442649; 
Sndie A. and Margaret Bowman, 
Lake View, N. J. 



Three cheers for our grand old flag ; 

words by F. Dixon, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3S90 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443171; 

Francis Dixon, Brookfield, Conn. 

Through peace to light ; sacred song, 
words by Adelaide Procter, music by 
Sumner Salter [of U. S.] ; high 
voice, with organ or piano ace. 

[3891 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444175; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Through the April meadows ; lyric by 

Helen Taylor, music by May H. 

Brahe [of England] ; in F. [3S92 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919 ; 

E 435793 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Through the line ; words and music 
by B. Pepin [of U. S.] [3893 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444231; 
Beatrice Pepin, Camden, N. Y. 

Tiger Rose; words by Ivan Reid and 
William McKenna, music by Peter 
De Rose [of U. S.] [3894 

© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444099 ; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Tigress Rose ; words and music by G. 
DeCimber [of U. S.] [3895 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1919; E 444733; 
Giuseppe DeCimber, Milwaukee. 

Tinned (The) sardine; words and 
music by St. John Brougham [of 
Great Britain] [3896 

© Jan. 29, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; 
E 435867 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

To arms, all ye Americans ; words by 
F. D. Smith, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3897 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444748 ; Franklyn D. Smith, 
San Francisco. 

To ask forgiveness; words by N. J. 
Crawford, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3898 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442694; N. J. Crawford, Lisa- 
beulla, Wash. 

To Berlin or the victory march; 
words by C. O. Lind, music by Artie 
Bowers [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors & composers service co. [3899 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442718; 
Chas. O. Lind, Centralia, Wash. 



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391^ 



To our boys in France ; words by C. T. 
Fisher, music by Adam Geibel [of 
U. S.] [3900 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 444028; 
Chas. T. Fisher, Bridgeton, N. J. 

To our heroes ; words and music by 
L. V. M. Bonney [of U. S.] [3901 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444703; Lois V. M. Bonney, El 
Paso. 

To victory and Berlin ; words by R. 
Richardson, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3902 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444744; Rob't Richardson, 
Dillonvale, O. 

To you; poem by Myrtle Reed, music 
by John C. Rodenbeck [of U. S.] 

[3903 
© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444113; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

To-day, to-morrow and forever, shall 
be sweet days of love for me ; lyric 
by Mort Nathan, music by Ernest R. 
Ball [of U. S.] [3904 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 443082 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Tornet (Der dornstrauch) ; words by 
J. L. Runeberg, music by Ture Rang- 
strom [of Sweden] (Idyll, no. 5) 

[3905 
© Oct. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435874; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Toreador of mine; a Spanish sere- 
nade, words by Ruth Boyd, music by 
W. Franke Harling and Frank Con- 
roy [of U. S.] [3906 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442883; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Torn and ragged in the lead ; words 
by W. J. Cywinski, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3907 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442863; 
Win, J. Cywinski, Grand Haven, 
Mich. 

Touch-down (A) on the Rhine; 
words by J. S. Buller, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3908 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442630; 
J. Sanders Buller, Coldwater, Kan. 



Tout suite ; from the Overseas revue, 
lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by 
Richard A. Whiting [of U. S.] [3909 
© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442991 : Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Traurige fruhlingsnacht (Li-Song- 
Flu) ; words by Hans Bethge, music 
by Julius Rontgen [of Holland] op. 
66, no. 17; mezzo-sop. (Chinesische 
lieder, nr. 17 ; Wilhelm Hansen edi- 
tion, no. 1908) [3910 
© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435879; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Travelling blues ; words by M. Clos- 

sen, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3911 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442855; 

Myrtle Clossen, Coffeyville, Kan. 

Tributes to the Red, W t hite and 

Blue ; words by M. Wood, music by 

Alfred Damm [of U. S.] [3912 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1919; E 444072; 

Merton Wood, St. Paul. 

Trio-album ; [ed. by] Nicolaj Hansen 
[of Denmark] ; violin, violoncello 
and piano, bk. IV. (Wilhelm Han- 
sen edition, no. 1859) [3913 
© Sept. 12, 1918; 1 c. Oct. 16, 
1918; E 435868; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Triolet of spring. See Miller (Annie 
Z.) Two short songs. 

Triumph ; an Easter paean, words by 
Thomas Hastings, music by Louis 
Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 123, 
no. 2 ; high or medium voice. [3914 
© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444174; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Triumphal hymn of the Allies ; 
(Himno triunfal de los Aliados) 
por S. Anaya y Arrieta [of Mexico, 
domiciled at El Paso, Tex.] op. 500; 
piano and melody. [3915 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1919; E 444055; 
Salvador Anaya y Arrieta, El Paso. 

Triumphal march; by Ernest New- 
ton [of England] ; piano. [3916 
© Feb. 18, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 435828; Gould & Bolttler, 
London. 

Troubadour rag; by James Scott [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [3917 

© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444360 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 



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Tkoublante volupte ; valse lente, from 

La reine joyeuse, par Charles Cuvil- 

lier [of France] ; piano. [3918 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 1 c. Feb. 15, 

1919 ; E 435810 ; Enoch & co., Paris. 

Tschaikowsky (Petee Iljitch ) An- 
dante cantabile; from the String 
quartet, by P. Tschaikowsky, op. 11, 
transcribed by Leopold Auer [of 
Russia, domiciled at New York] ; 
violin and piano. [3919 

© Dec. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1919; E 441967; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Kyrie eleison; music arr. from 

Tschaikowsky, the English adapta- 
tion by N. Lindsay Norden [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Russian 
church music, no. 4614) [3920 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442909; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish adaptation] 

Sparrow (The); words by A. 

Pleschcheff, music by P. I. Tschai- 
kowsky, choral arr. and English 
adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Russian choruses, no. 4613) [3921 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442907; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
English adaptation and choral] 

Turkestan ; words by Bobby Jones, 
music by Jack Stern [of U. S.] 

[3922 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444101; 
Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Turn ye to me. See Hopekirk (Helen) 
Five Scottish folk-songs. 

Twilight; by Mana-Zucca [of U. S.] 
op. 50. no. 3; piano. (Five light 
pieces, no. 3) [3923 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441955; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Twilight and roses; words by L. 
Reese, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic co. [3924 
© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 442676 ; Loraine Reese, Ash- 
land, Wis. 

Twisted (A) lingo; words and music 
by W. E. Grimm [of U. S.] [3925 
© 1 c. Mar.,1, 1919; E 443037; 
Walter E. Grimm, Stockton, Cal. 



Two little dots ; 12 very easy piano 
duets on British nursery rhymes, by 
Alex Roloff [of Great Britain] 

[3926 
© Feb. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 435911; Augener, ltd., London. 

Two words ; part-song, words by Rosa- 
mond Hoyt, music by Camille W. 
Zeckwer [of U. S.] op. 39, no. 2; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Mendelssohn 
club collection, no. 15583) [3927 

© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1919; E 442539; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Tyrolienne ; old French dance by B. 
W. Gilman [of U. S.] op. 20, no. 3; 
violin and piano, and string quartet. 

[3928 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442891; 
Boris W. Gilman, Bronx, N. Y. 

Ua like no a like; sweet constancy, 
arr. by J. F. Roach [of U. S.] ; steel 
guit, regular guit., and ukulele. 
Cincinnati, O., Roach-Frankland. 

[3929 
© Feb. 12, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444385; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Uncle Eph's philosophy; words by 
Bide Dudley, music by William 
Stickles Tof U. S.] ; medium in G. 

[3930 

© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1919 ; 

E 444064 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Uncle Sam over there ; lyric by W. B. 
James, music by W. H. Banks [of 
U. S.] [3931 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 443074; William B. James and 
William H. Banks, Philadelphia. 

Uncle Sam's a father ; words by W. E. 
McCasland, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3932 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442709; W. E. McCasland, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

Uncle Sammy wants me ; words by H. 
O'Connor, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3933 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444761; Henry O'Connor, 
West Haven, Conn. 

Uncle Sam's sailor boys' choice ; 
words by R. Kidney, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3934 

- © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444503; 
Ross Kidney, Toledo, O. 



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3953 



Under our old flag ; words by G. M. 
Beiriger, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3935 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444776; Grace M. Beiriger, Bed- 
ford, Ind. 

Unforgotten ( The ) face ; words by J. 

Ross, music by J. E. Andino [of 

U. S.] [3936 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444200; 

James Ross, Halifax, Canada. 

United arms of victory; words by L. 

B. Long, music by H. J. Stewart [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at San 
Diego, Cal.] [3937 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444365; Lucy Boshier Long, San 
Diego, Cal. 

U. (The) S. locomotive; words by A. 

C. Lassiter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3938 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444534; 
Arman C. Lassiter, Tar River, Okl. 

U. S. A. is the place, they say ; words 

by Mrs. J. M. Porter, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3939 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444212; 

Mrs. J. M. Porter, Fort Morgan, Col. 

Up in Mabel's room ; by Abner Silver 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in G. 4to. 

[3940 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444342 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement.] 

words by Alex Gerber, music by 

Abner Silver [of U. S.] [3941 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444334 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Valse, E flat major; by Edward 
Schaaf [of U. S.] op. 4, no. 4 ; player 
piano. [3942 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; E 441946 ; Ed- 
ward O. Schaaf, Newark. 

Valse in D flat ; by Wendelstein [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3943 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7. 1919 ; 
E 441973 : Karl Wendelstein. Brook- 
lyn. 

Valse-mazurka ; par Willy Klasen [of 
Austria] op. 19; piano. (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 1943) [3944 

© Dec. 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435892; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Yalse slave ; by Ethel Barns [of Great 

Britain] ; piano. [3945 

© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 

E 435832; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., 

London. 

Velvet (The) lady; selection, by Vic- 
tor Herbert [of U. S.], arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3946 
© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 443081 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Vesper (The) hour; a sacred song, 
words by L. M. AVookey, music by C. 
Whitney Coombs [of U. S.] ; ace. 
piano or organ, high in C. [3947 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444173; G. Schirmer inc., New 
York. 

Vesper hymn ; music by Joseph H. 
Greener [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
(Octavo, sacred, no. 3658) [3948 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444585; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Victorious (The) eagle; march song. 
by C. Foerch [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3949 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442758; 
Cecilia Foerch, Plymouth, Conn. 

Victorious Yanks. See Compositions, 
bk. I. 

Victory ; words bv H. A. Munn, music 

by Max Dolin [of U. S.] New York. 

Victory pub. co. [3950 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444352 ; Harry A. Munn, Brooklyn. 

words by John McCrae and R. M. 

Evans, music by R. M. Evans [of 
U. S.] [3951 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1919; E 443040; 
Rosa M. Evans, Baltimore. 

Victory call; words and music by B. 
J. Hoffacker [of U. S.], arr. by Con- 
rad Wirtz. New York, Service music 
co. [3952 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444132; B. J. 
Hoffacker, New York. 

Victory day; words by P. L. Haims, 
music by A. L. Gardey [of U. S.] 

[3953 

© Mar. 3, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919; 

E 444736; Philip L. Haims, Cleve- 



land. 



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Victory forever ; words and music by 
B. D. Westfall [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [3954 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444484; Bertha Drey Westfall, 
Jackson, Mich. 

Victory march of the Allies ; by M. 

McConnell [of Great Britain] ; 

piano. [3955 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 435812; 

Minnie McConnell, Ottawa, Canada. 

Victory (The) of democracy; march, 
by H. Meyerowitz [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3956 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444382; 
Harry Meyerowitz, New York. 
Victory (The) of faith; anthem, 
words anon, music by W. Berwald 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [3957 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442541; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Violets ; words by Mrs. P. A. Wick- 
ens, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American music 
co. [3958 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444837 ; Mrs. P. A. Wickens, 
Parry Sound, Canada. 
Violets in the rain ; words and music 
bv Leslie Elliott [of Great Britain] 

[3959 
© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919 ; 
E 435863 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 
Vittima (Despair) ; love song, words 
by X. G., English version by Fred- 
erick H. Martens, music by P. A. 
Tirindelli [of U. S.] (Cover title: 
Despair) [3960 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444184: G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 
Vittorta; iimo allTtalia, versi di Enzo 
Di Renzo, musica di F. Di Leo [of 
Italy] [3961 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444150; Francesco Di Leo, Pitts- 
burgh. 
Volunteer (The) ; words by G. H. 
Booth, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3962 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442634; 
Grace H. Booth, Pasadena. 
Volunteer (The) choir; v. 6, no. 4, a 
monthly magazine, ed. by E. S. Lor- 
enz and others [of U. S.] 4to. [3963 
© Dec. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
30, 1919 ; A 510783 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 



VOR FRELSER GAAR TIL KORS OG GRAV ; 

tekst af N. M. Schmidth, musik af 
Sophus Andersen [of Denmark] 

[3964 
© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1919; E 435889; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

V'shom'ru ; four-part chorus, words 
from Exodus xxxi, 16-17, music by 
A. W. Binder [of U. S.] ; organ, 
chorus of mixed voices, with ten. and 
baritone (cantor) solo. (8vo. cho- 
ruses, no. 6794) [3965 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441958; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Waco blues ; words and music by F. K. 

Russell [of IT. S.] [3966 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5. 1919 ; 

E 444696; Floyd Kymes Russell, 

Waco, Tex. 

Wait and see, you'll want me back ; 
waltz, by Chas. R. McCarron and 
Carey Morgan, arr. by Mornay Helm 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3967 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442899 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

words and music by Chas. R. Mc- 
Carron and Carey Morgan [of U. S.] 

T3968 
© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442902 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

Waiting; when I hear the gate 
a-swinging, words by Reginald 
Rigby, music by Leo T. Croke, sim- 
plified by Geo. L. Spaulding [of U. 
S.] ; piano and song. New York, 
Chappell & co., ltd. (Melodies from 
overseas, no .4) [3969 

© Feb. 5, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1919; 
E 442922 ; Robertson Murdoch music 
co., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on simplified fingering.] 

Waltz Mont Blanc; by A. E. Bohrer 
[of Switzerland, domiciled at New 
York] ; piano. New York, A. E. 
Bohrer pub. co. [3970 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444030; Alphonse E. Bohrer, New 
York. 

War (A) hymn ; words by T, B. Liv- 
ingston, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3971 
- © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; E 444537 ; 
T. B. Livingston, Colon, Panama. 



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War never again ; words and music by 
E. A. Burke [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [3972 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444469 ; E. A. Burke, Ottawa, 111. 

War (The) saviors; words and music 

by J. Grey [of U. S.], arr. by George 

Craig [of U. S.] [3973 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442737; 

Jessie Grey, New York. 

War (The) will soon be over then 
I'm coming back to you ; words by 
L. A. Marshall, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3974 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444821 ; Lorena A. Marshall, 

• Peoria, 111. 

Way back home; words by L. Peter, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music co. 

[3975 
© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444774 ; Lily Peter, Marvell, 
Ark. 

Way down in old Saginaw ; words and 
music by J. C. Podolyn [of U. S.] 

[3976 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442469; 
Joseph Carlton Podolyn, Philadel- 
phia. 

Way down in the southern states ; 

words by R. F. Neubauer, music by 

Robert H. Brennan [of U. S.] [3977 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 442986; 

Rudolph F. Neubauer, Chicago. 

Way (The) that lovers use; words 
by Rupert Brooke, music by C. C. 
Sumsion [of England] op. 22, no. 1. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. [3978 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435967 ; C. Corbett Sumsion, Berk- 
hamsted, England. 

Way (The) to heaven; words by E. 
E. Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] [3979 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444159; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Way (The) to keep a good man; 

words and melody by C. Marcus [of 

U. S.] [3980 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919; E 441998; 

Christian Marcus, New York. 

We are far away; words by D. Dri- 
ver, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American music 
co. [3981 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444762; Dora Driver, Den- 
ver. 



We are here to catch big Willie and 
little Willie too ; words by M. Mc- 
Nally, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3982 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444764 ; Marianne McNally, 
Milwaukee. 

We don't want the bacon; one-step, 
by Carr, Russell and Havens, played 
by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in G. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. J 
102453) [3983 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442945; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 

We have kept the homefires burn- 
ing; words and music by W. Finlev 
[of U. S.] [3984 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 444421 ; Wm. Finley, Grand Forks, 
N. D. 

We helped Uncle Sam lend a hand ; 

words by C. T. Smith, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3985 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442850; 

C. T. Smith, Pittsburgh. 

We'll be looking for you back ; words 
by A. Cramer, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3986 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444782; A. Cramer, Swan, 
Ind. 

We'll be out to meet you with a 

smile ; words by L. J. Juliano, music 

by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [3987 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444220; 

Louis J. Juliano, Orange, N. J. 

We'll fall in line ; words and music 

by W. H. Davis [of U. S.] Chicago, 

Delmar music co. [3988 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 

E 444467 ; Wm. H. Davis, Brooklyn. 

We'll fight, fight, fight; words by 
M. E. Ralston, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3989 

© Dec. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444835 ; Mildred E. Ralston, 
Minneapolis. 

We'll have to love prohibition, and 
that's all; words and music by S. 
W. Wolfenstein [of U. S.], arr. by 
Samuel G. Kiesling [of U. S.] [3990 
© 1 c. Feb. IS, 1919; E 442724; 
Saul W. Wolfenstein, Brooklyn. 



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We'll hold the line for Feance; 
words by M. Y. Faulkner, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [3991 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444823; Margaret Young 
Faulkner, San Antonio. 

We'll plant our flag in old Berlin ; 
words by Mrs. F. M. Waggener, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music co. 

[3992 
© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442677; Mrs. F. M. Wag- 
gener, Kahoka, Mo. 
We'll show them the Yankee way; 
words by L. Lloyd, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [3993 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919 ; E 442695 ; Leona Lloyd, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
We'll welcome our brave Yankee 
soldiers ; words by M. Bayon, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3994 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442623; 

M. Bayon, Palmer Falls, N. Y. 

We miss you here at home ; words by 

M. A. Beales, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3995 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444513; 

Mary A. Beales, Lyndonville, N. Y. 

W T E PUT BY OUR OLD TUXEDOS J WOrdS 

and melody by Jack Clifton [pseud, 
of Marie Clifton Adsit, of U. S.] 

[3996 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 442650; 
B. G. Clements, Houston. 
We're coming back ; words by C. T. 
Smithers, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [3997 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444770; C. T. Smithers, 
Minneapolis. 

■ words by Isabelle Bisel, music by 

Andrew J. Schorr [of U. S.] [3998 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444701; A. J. Schorr, Fort Wayne, 
Ind. 
We're marching on to victory; 
march, by Taylor, played by Paul 
King [of U. S.] and Joseph Lam- 
bert [of Belgium] ; in F. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls, no. J 102393) 

[3999 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442979; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 



We shall not sleep ; words by John 

McCrae, music by E. E. Tanner [of 

U. S.] [4000 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444165; 

Emil E. Tanner, Milwaukee. 

We showed them how to fight; 
words by O. H. Meyers, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4001 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442616; 
Otto H. Meyers, New York. 
We sing to the victors ; words by 
A. J. Heald, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4002 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444199; 
Adna Jewett Heald, Onaway, Mich. 

We thank that mother for her boy 
who will ne'er return ; words and 
music by E. Nelson [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [4003 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444477 ; Edith Nelson, Car- 
terville, 111. 

W t e've brought back the Kaiser's 
helmet Mr, Wilson, and it hangs 
in Washington ; words by Roy Har- 
vey [i. e., Leroy Alonzo Harvey] 
and Irving Lippner, melody by L. A. 
Harvey [of U. S.] [4004 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1918; E 441993; 
Leroy Alonzo Harvey, Venice, Cal. 

We were bound to win with the 
Yanks behind the guns ; words by 
M. C. DuBois, music by H. F. De 
Vol [of U. S.] Canton, O., Geltz 
music co. [4005 

© Jan. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444558 ; M. Camille Du Bois, 
Canton, O. 

We will meet daddy up there ; words 

by B. Keeney, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4006 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; E 442832 ; 

Bessie Keeney, Charleston, W. Va. 

We will stand by our President; 
words and music by A. B. Waggoner 
[of U. S.] Long Branch, N. J., 
Keith's music pub. house. [4007 
© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444547; Ada Brown Wag- 
goner, Long Branch, N. J. 

Weary of earth ; hymn-anthem, words 
by Samuel T. Stone, music by Louis 
Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 92, 
no. 5 ; organ, mixed chorus with sop. 
solo. (8vo. choruses no. 6798) 

[4008 
© Feb. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 441949; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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4026 



Wedding (A) day in June; words and 
music by E. Smithson [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Del mar music co. [4009 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919 ; E 444303 ; Ed. Smithson, Bev- 
erly, Wash. 

Wee (A) bit of lace; from The royal 
vagabond, words by Geo. M. Cohan, 
music by Harry Tierney [of U. S.] 

[4010 
© Feb. 20', 1919; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1919 ; E 444426 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc., New York. 

Welcome brave boys ; words by Marie 
M. Wolfrath, music by B. J. Hof- 
f acker [of U. S.], arr. by Conrad 
Wirtz. New York, Service music co. 

[4011 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1919 ; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444136; B. J. 
Hoffacker, New York. 

Welcome home; words by C. Broden, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4012 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444216; 

Clarence Broden, Castleton, N. Y. 

words by J. L. Thomas, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4013 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444237; 
Jennie L. Thomas, Easton, Pa. 

Welcome home maech ; by It. C. 

Schmeling [of U. S.], arr. by William 

Schwartz [of US.]; piano. [4014 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 441970; 

Robert C. Schmeling, Superior, Wis. 

Welcome home, old pal, my chum ; 
words bv R. A. McGrath, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4015 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444226; 
Raymond A. McGrath, New York. 

Welcome marines ; words and music 
by S. V. Claggett [of U. S.], arr. by 
Burt Squires [of U. S.] ; in E flat. 

[4016 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 442743; 
Strabo Vivian Claggett, Long Beach, 
Cal. 

Welcome (The) of father and 
mother at home ; words and music 
by J. W. Johnson [of U. S.], arr. by 
J. L. Robinson. [4017 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444416; James W. Johnson, Wel- 



lesley Hills, Mass. 



Welcome, wild north easter ; unison 
song, words by Charles Kingsley, 
music by Fred. A. Keene [of Great 
Britain] 4to. (Curwen's edition, 
no. 71527) [4018 

© Feb. 27. 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435918; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

West (The) land; words by H. L. 
Gage, music by G. R. Smart [of 
England] [4019 

© Feb. 19, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919 ; 
E 435835; George Riseley Smart, 
Bristol, England. 

What do you say, Melvina ; words by 

M. M. Thomas, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4020 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444195; 

Michael M. Thomas, Mt. Olive, 111. 

What peace means to mother ; words 

by Lorry A. Jacobs, music by J. A. 

Nail [of U. S.] [4021 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 : 

E 444716 ; James A. Nail, Dallas. 

What's that ; fox trot, by Curtis Gor- 
don [pseud, of A. Bergh, of U. S.] ; 
piano. [4022 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444666; 
Arthur Bergh, New York. 

What shall I do with my uniform : 
words and music by G. C. Anderson 
[of U. S.l, arr. by Bonny B. Tapscott 
[of U. S.] [4023 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442556; 
George Clarence Anderson, Spring- 
field, 111. 

What the old oak said. See Orth 
(John) Six nature pieces. 

What the west wind whispers ; 
words by Bliss Carman, music by 
Alma Goatley [of Great Britain] ; 
mezzo sop. or bar., sop. or ten. 
(Songs of Sappho, no. 1) [4024 

© Mar. 3, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919; 
E 435959; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

When a body likes a body, just as I 
like you; words and music by G. 
Shirley [of U. S.], arr. by R. H. 
Pitzen [of U. S.] [4025 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444077; 
Gene Shirley, Toledo, O. 

When all our dreams come true ; 
words and music by S. Feinberg [of 
U. S.], arr. by Joseph L. Simon [of 
U. S.] [4026 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 442744; 
Samuel Feinberg, New York. 



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When are you coming, our Yankee 
boy ; words by L. J. Kronhart, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4027 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442833; 

Louise J. Kronhart, Kansas City, Mo. 

When daddy comes back o'er the sea ; 
words and music by M. C. Smith [of 
U. S.] Green Bay, Wis., Green Bay 
music publishers. [4028 

© Nov. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1919 ; 
E 441971 ; Mabel Clair Smith, Green 
Bay, Wis. [Copyright is claimed on 
words and music] 

When daddy greets his son from no 
man's-land ; words by W. H. Shirley, 
music by Louis Panella [of U. S.] 

[4029 
© Jan. 27. 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1919 ; 
E 444007; Walter H. Shirley, Pitts- 
burgh. 

When God turns the trenches to 
gardens again ; words a iid music by 
Gilbert C. Tennant [of U. S.] [4030 
© Feb. 10. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444010; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

When he gets paid on a Saturday; 

words and music by Mrs. N. N. Baker 

[of U. S.J [4031 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444521; 

Mrs. N. N. Baker, Boyce, Va. 

When I am strolling with you; 
words and music by I. Rosenthal [of 
U. S.], arr. by Edmund Braham [of 
England, domiciled at Chicago] 

[4032 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1919; E 444087; 
Isaac Rosenthal, Chicago. 
When I bring that little girl from 
Paris back with me ; words by T. 
Hannafey, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4033 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442873; 

T. Hannafey, Montreal, Canada. 

When I get back to the U. S. A. ; 

Avords and music by Harry G. De 

Vaux [of U. S.] [4034 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444705; H. G. De Vaux pub. co., 
Canton, O. 
When I gets out in no man's land; 
fox-trot, by Skidmore and Walker, 
played by Win-. E. Berge [of U. S.] ; 
in B flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, no. J 102503) [4035 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442978; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 



When I hear a syncopated tune ; fox- 
trot, from Ziegfeld follies of 1918, by 
Hirsch, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] : in G. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, no. J 102334) [4036 

© Aug. 20, J 918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442972; Rythmodik mush' 
corp-, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

When I hear that banjo play ; lyric 

and music by Z. M. Bickford [of U. 

S.] [4037 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1919; E 443080; 

Zarh Myron Bickford, New York. 

When I love, I love you all the 
while ; lyric by A. G. Delamater, 
music by Charles G. Maynard [of 
U. S.] [4038 

© Feb. 25, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 443062; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

When I'm gone you'll soon forget ; 
words and music by E. Austin 
Keith [of U. S.] [4039 

© Feb. 20. 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 442925 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., New York. 

When I marry Carrie down in Caro- 
tin ; words by Meyer Mitchell Ross- 
man, music by Samuel Henry Ross- 
man [of IT. S..], arr. by Fred T. 
Fleming [of U. S.] [4040 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442525; 
Hyman Rossman, Somerville, Mass. 

When I miss you most; words by G. 
Stalcup, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [4041 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444751; Gladice Stalcup, 
Cliff Lake, Mont. 

When I must leave thee. See Tent 
in the desert. 

When I send you a picture of Ber- 
lin ; one-step, by Fay-Ryan-Drey er, 
played by W. J. Duncan [of U. S.] ; 
in E flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, no. H 102204) [4042 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442973; Rythmodik music- 
corps., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

When it's night time in dreamy 
dreamland ; words and music by 
William H. Badke [of Canada, 
domiciled at Salina, Kan.] [4043 
* © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; E 442988 ; 
W. H. Badke, Salina, Kan. 



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4061 



When Mr. Right came along; words 
and music by S. C. H. Hall [of U. 
S.] [4044 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1919; E 443085; 
Sarah Catharine Hill Hall, Park 
Ridge, N. J. 

When morning breaks ; melody by M. 

Firmin [of U. S.], arr. by Claude 

Lapham [of U. S.] [4045 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444031; 

Maida Firmin, Oklahoma City, Okl. 

When our boys come home victori- 
ous ; words by F. S. Johnston, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4046 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442834; 

Fronia S. Johnston, Plainview, Tex. 

When our boys come marching 
home ; words by T. Knuth, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [4047 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442678; Tillie Knuth, Mil- 
waukee. 

When our boys come sailing home ; 
words by F. A. Giannini, music by 
Victor Giannini [of U. S.] [4048 

© Feb. 14, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444549 ; Italo- American mu- 
sic pub. co., Philadelphia. 

When our boys come sailing home 
from overseas; words by H. Tag- 
gart, music by Artie Bowers [of U. 
S.] New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [4049 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442721; 
Harry Taggart, New Glasgow, 
Canada. 

When our boys first went over 
there; words by W. D. Irving, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4050 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442612; 
William D. Irving, New York. 

When our country calls; words by 

Mrs. E. L. W^ood, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [4051 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; E 444448 ; 

Mrs. E. L. Wood, Meriden, Conn. 

When President Wilson crossed the 
sea; words by Elma Saunders 
[pseud, of Elma A. Monaghan], I 
melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud of 
Ethel Fisher, of IT. S.] [4052 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1919; E 442511 
Elma A. Monaghan, Oregon City, Or. 



When Sammie gets to Berlin ; words 
by A. Riggins, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4053 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1919; E 442686; Alleen Riggins, 
Huntsville, Ala. 

When Sammie met the Hun ; words 
and music by S. N. Peck [of U. S.] 

[4054 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442471; 
S. N. Peck, Toledo, O. 

When Sammy comes marching home 
again ; words and music by M. Spear 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [4055 

© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444300; Marjorie Spear, 
Chicago. 

When the band plays Dixie just 

remember me; words and music by 

R. L. Preston [of U. S.] [4056 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1919; E 444056; 

Robert L. Preston, Brooklyn. 

When the boys come back again ; or, 
The same old flag ; words and music 
by F. B. Leonard [of U. S.] [4057 
© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 443104; Fred B. Leonard, Phila- 
delphia. 

When the bcys come home ; words by 
W. H. Harmon, music by Anthony 
Oliver Theophilus Astenius [of U. 
S.l [4058 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444725; William Henry Harmon, 
Chicago. 

When the boys come sailing home; 

march song, words and music by F. 

Delker [of U. S.] [4059 

© Feb. 10. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 

E 444707 ; Floyd Delker, Greene, la. 

When the boys return ; words by N. 
C. Creech, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4060 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442868; 
Norman C. Creech, Kline, S. C. 

When the bugle calls me I must 
leave you Molly darling ; words 
and music by E. M. Corbin [of U. S.] 

[4061 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; E 444221 ; Eva 
M. Corbin, Pasacoag, R. I. 



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When the cheery blossoms eall, love 
is love ; from The royal vagabond, 
by A. Goetzl, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; hotel orch., in D. 4to. 

[4062 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 

E 444339 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement.] 

When the fightin' Irish come home ; 

words and melody by J. W. Bratton 

and Jos. H. Santly [of U. S.] [4063 

© 1 c Feb. 14, 1919; E 444100; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

words and music by John W. 

Bratton and Jos. Santly [of U. S.] 

4io. [4064 

© Mar. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 

E 444852 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

When the goldenrod is on the 
Rhine ; words by P. Knapp, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[4065 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442865; 
Peter Knapp, A. E. F. 

When the heart goes rat-a-tat-tat; 

words by A. Mouck, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4066 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444194; 

Alberta Mouck, South Pekin, 111. 

When the Irish cops keep freedom 
of the sea ; by W. H. Wheatley and 
L. M. Manners [pseud, of Warner C. 
Williams, of U. S.], arr. by Will B. 
Morrison [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[4067 
© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444684 ; C. H. Wheatley, Hillyard, 
Wash. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

words by C. H. Wheatley, music 

bv Llovd Melvin Manners [pseud, of 
Warner C. Williams, of U. S.] 

[4068 
© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444686 ; C. H. Wheatley, Hillyard, 
Wash. 

When the Kaiser crosses the Rhine 
to the Yankee Doodle time ; words 
by F. K. Tomer, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4069 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444769 ; Florance K. Tomer, E. E. 
Pittsburgh. 

W^hen tpie roses bloom again ; words 
bv C. Sorge, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4070 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443172; 
Clarence Sorge, Bethlehem, Pa. 



When the steamer steams again for 
Dixieland; words by F. A. Van 
Gilder, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [4071 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13. 1919 ; 
E 442688 ; Fred A. Van Gilder, Bas- 
sett, Neb. 

When the train pulls into Balti- 
more ; words by C. H. Stone. J. J. 
Myrtle, and G. Patton, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4072 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442857; 
Chas. H. Stone, Jas. J. Myrtle, and 
Geo. Patton, Moundsville, W. Va. 

When the voices of children are 
heard on the green ; the nurse's 
song, words by William Blake, music 
by George Henschel [of Great Brit- 
ain] (Songs in unison, no. 45) 4to. 

[4073 
© Feb. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 435838 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

W T HEN THE WAR IS OVER DARLING J WOrdS 

by Mrs. E. Toole, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4074 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442691; Mrs. Ernest Toole, Port- 
land, Or. 

When the world will be at peace; 
words bv F. E. Kendall, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4075 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442457; 

Fred E. Kendall, Nessen City, Mich. 

When the Yankee boys smashed the 
Hindenburg line ; words by C. Mes- 
ler, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U.S.] [4076 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442838; 
Charles Mesler, Buffalo. 

When they see the light from our 
Miss Liberty ; words and music by 
H. H. Power [of U. S.], arr. by Jack 
Raymond. New York, Cutter stock 
co. [4077 

© Dec. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 27. 1919 ; 
E 442985; Herbert Hunt Power, 
Dorchester, Mass. 

When we boys come home ; words by 

F. B. Lippitt, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4078 

j© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442475; 
F. B. Lippitt, Denmark, la. 



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4096 



When we come home again ; words by 

F. C. Sagenclorf, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4079 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442685 ; F. C. Sagendorf , Sanford, 
Fla. 

When we get makeied ; words by E. 

G. E. Carlson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4080 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444225; 
Eric G. E. Carlson, Naugatuek, Conn. 

When we meet those Feitzies in 
that fae-off land ; words by Sydney 
Sprague, music by L. Von der Lieth 
[of U. S.] [4081 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1919; E 444146; 
Leonore Von der Lieth, Los Angeles. 

When we went to Sunday school; 
one-step, by Van Alstyne, played by 
Victor Arden asstd. by W. E. D. [of 
U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, no. H 102244) [4082 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25. 
1919; E 442968; Rythmodik music 
corp.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

When you and I weee young, Maggie ; 
by J. A. Butterfield, arr. by Edward 
Strietel [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
(Favorite melodies, no. 33) [4083 
© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919; E 444188; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

When you come back ; one-step, by 
Cohan, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] and Joseph Lambert [of Bel- 
gium] ; in B flat. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, no. H 102273) [4084 
© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 442951 ; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

When youe boy and my boy come 
home o'ee the sea ; words by C. W. 
Hay, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
and C. W. Hay [of U. S.] [4085 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443168; 
C. W. Hay, Great Falls, Mont. 

When youe wife wants a hat ; words 
by W. G. Modena, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4086 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 442458 
Will G. Modena, Washington. 

Where is my papa ; words by Mrs. E 
R. Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting 
ton [of U. S.] [4087 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442620 
Mrs. E. R. Smith, Mosgrove, Pa. 



Wheee the Mississippi Rivee eolls 
along; words by W. F. Campbell, 
music by Frank D. Gorsline, jr. [of 
U. S.] [4088 

© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 442912 ; Wellington F. Camp- 
bell, Desplains, 111. 

While we aee maeching to Beelin ; 
words by L. Borton, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4089 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb 13, 
1919; E 442681; Leslie Borton, 
Woodstock, Wis. 

While you pick, pick, pick on youe 
old mandolin ; words by G. H. W. 
Cloud, music by Raymond A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [4090 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1919; E 441966; 
George H. W. Cloud, May's Landing. 
N. J. 

While you'ee away; fox-trot, by Gil- 
bert & Friedland, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, no. J 102383) 

[4091 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1919; E 442976; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation.] 

Whispee softly that you love me; 

words by Mrs. N. N. Baker, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4092 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444520; 

Mrs. N. N. Baker, Boyce, Va. 

Whispering love; words by L. Liebl, 

music by E S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4093 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444203; 

Leopold Liel)l, Sunbury, Pa. 

White (The) eagle; mazurka, by L. 
I. Liggy [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[4094 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919; E 442659; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Who made you cey, sugae babe ; words 
and music by Spencer Williams and 
Clarence Williams [of U. S.] [4095 
© Feb. 17, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1919; E 442785; Williams & Piron, 
Chicago. 

Who played pokee with Pocahontas, 
when John Smith went away; 
from Monte Cristo, jr., words by 
Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music 
by Fred E. Ahlert [of U. S.] [4096 
© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443072; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 



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4097 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Why? by Frirul, op. 85, no. 6, played 
by Muriel Pollock [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
rnodik record music rolls, no. G 
19682) [4097 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442950; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright v is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Why did I waste my time on you; 
lyric by Eugene West, music by Joe 
Gold [of U. S.] [4098 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1919 ; 
E 443077; Chas. K. Harris, New 
York. 

Why did you make me love you; 

words and music by A. Way [of 

U. S.] [4099 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1919; E 444024; 

Arthur Way, Revere, Mass. 

Why must we say good-bye ; words by 
J. Henry Menn, music by F. A. Beck 
[of U. S.] Freeport, L. I., Hildreth 
& Beck. [4100 

© Feb. 20, H919 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1919 ; 
E 444413 ; Foster Aaron Beck, Hemp- 
stead, N. Y. 

Why shouldn't they be good enough 
now ; words by William Tracy, music 
by Kate Elinore and Sam Williams 
[of U. S.] [4101 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 
E 443064 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Why was I born ; words and music by 

H. Kemp [of U. S.], arr. by Nelson 

L. Kincaid [of U. S.] [4102 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444598; 

Harry Kemp, Brooklyn. 

Wiegenlied (Cradle song) ; die mutter 
singt, von Willy Burmester [of Ger- 
many] op. 14; violine und klavier. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 1930) 

[4103 
© Nov. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435881; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Wild wood reverie ; by H. E. Ruhe [of 
U. S.] op. 130, no. 8; piano, four 
hands. (Piano duets in the easier 
grades) [4104 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444566; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Will you be mine, if I promise to 
love you ; words by P. Kramer, mel- 
ody by Lou Handin [of U. S.] [4105 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442911; 
Peter Kramer, Brooklyn. 



Will you be my queen of Zanzibar; 

words and melody by Roy Harvey 

[i. e., L. A. Harvey, of IT. S.] [4106: 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1918; E 441992; 

Leroy Alonzo Harvey, Venice, Cal. 

Will you love me bye and bye ; words- 

by A. O. Brummel, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [4107 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444450; 

August O. Brummel, Catonsville, Md_ 

Willie or will he not ; from Ziegfeld 
follies, words by Joe Young and Sam 
M. Lewis, music by Maurice Abra- 
hams [of U. S.] (Cover title: Wil- 
lie oh Willie, I wonder if he will, or 
will he not) [4108 

© Feb. 24. 1919 : 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442882 ; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Wilson's over there; words by H. E. 
Wohler, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4109* 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444236; 
Henry E. Wohler, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Wilson you're the man behind the 
man behind the gun ; words and 
music by Lee Johnson [of U. S.] 

[41ia 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919; E 444366; 
Lee Johnson music pub. co., Los An- 
geles. 

Wind flowers ; two-part song, poem 
by Irene Rutherford McLeod, music 
by Ernest Austin [of England] op. 
52, no. 2 ; sop. and alto. 4to. [4111 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 
E 435916; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

W t ind (The) wag; by Edward Schaaf 
[of U. S.] op. 12, no. 5; player 
piano. [4112 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; E 441945 ; Ed- 
ward O. Schaaf, Newark. 

Wishing-land ; lyric by J. Will Calla- 
han, music by Paul Levi Specht [of 
U. S.] ; in A flat. [4113 

© Jan. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7. 1919 ; 
E 444729 ; Monarch music co., inc., 
Reading, Pa. 

With love He cleanses every sin; 
sacred song, words by Amy Ashmore 
Clark, music by Frederick W. Van- 
derpool [of U. S.] [4114 

© Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E .442655 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



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no. 3, 1919 



4133 



Wobble it; words and music by Art. 
M. Swanstone [of Great Britain] 

[4115 
© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 435805; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Won't you come along with me; 
waltz by Con Conrad, arr. by Dave 
Kaplan [of U. S.] ; piano. [4116 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 444121 ; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 

Won't you pakk your heart in my 

LITTLE GARAGE OF LOVE; WOl'dS by 

Chas. A. Mason and Raymond Egan, 
music by Richard A. Whiting [of 
U. S.] [4117 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 443063 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

W 7 ON'T YOU REGISTER A LITTLE AFFECTION 

for me; words and music by H. 
Elliott, jr. [of U. S.] [4118 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 442714; 
Howard Elliott, jr., Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Wood nymphs. See Orth (John) Six 
nature pieces. 

Woodland fairies ; idylle, by Francis 
X. McCann [of U. S.], rev. and fin- 
gered by Joseph Spinelli [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [4119 

© Feb. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 442935 ; K. Dehnhoff, New York. 

Woods (The) of Bowerhill; words 
by L. Magdalene, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4120 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442830; 
Lawrence Magdalene, Bridgeville, 
Pa. 

World (The) is turning upside down ; 
words by Mrs. E. L. Brown, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [4121 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444838; Mrs. E. L. Brown, 
Waterville, Conn. 

World (The) still keeps on moving, 
but moves with a broken heart; 
words and music by Dina Levinsohn 
[of U. S.] [4122 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 
E 443065; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

World- war (The) trio; words by T. 
J. Hoffman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4123 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442619; 
Thos. J. Hoffman, Dallas. 



World (The) wasn't made in a day; 

words by C. Wolfe, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4124 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 444219; 

Carolyn Wolfe, New York. 

World's (The) great war is won (La 
grande guerre du monde est gagner) ; 
words by C. E. Averill, music bv D. 
C. Mecum [of U. S.] [4125 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1919 ; 
E 444115; William G. Henry, Wee- 
hawken, N. J. 

World's greatest war is over; words 

and music by A. Schmid [of U. S.] 

Chicago, Delmar music co. [4126 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 

E 444462 ; Albert Schmid, Milwaukee. 

World's (The) hymn of peace ; words 
and music by J. M. Blose [of U. S.] 
8vo. London, Weekes & co. [4127 
© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443036 ; Johann M. Blose, Atlantic, 
N. J. 

World's (The) war is over; words by 
F. Guest, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4128 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442841; 
Fred Guest, Scottdale, Pa. 

Yama yama blues ; words and music 
by Spencer Williams and Clarence 
Williams [of U. S.] [4129 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1919 ; 
E 444008; Shapiro, Bernstein & co. 
inc., New York. 

Yank (The) who helped to change 
the watch on the Rhine ; words by 
A. E. Hanson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4130 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443155; 
A. E. Hanson, W. St. John, Canada. 

Yankee (The) boys; words by D. 
Stewart, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [4131 

© Dec. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 442693; D. Stewart, Sydney, Aus- 
tralia. 

Yankee girl and Yankee land ; words 
and music by B. E. P. Mathews [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4132 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 444457; Blanche E. Perry Math- 
ews, Gilman, 111. 

Yankee heroes ; words by H. Thomp- 
son, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American music 
co. [4133 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444822 ; Howard Thompson, Pitts- 
burg. 



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4134 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Yankee land is good enough foe me ; 
words by K. Leaver, music by J. E. 
Smyth [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors and composers service co. 

[4134 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1919; E 442772; 
Katherine Leaver, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Yankees (The) aee coming; words by 
J. W. Tavenner, music by Robt. H. 
Brennen [of U. S.] Sumner, Mo., 
Jas. W. Tavenner music co. [4135 
© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444706; Jas. W. Tavenner, Sum- 
ner, Mo. 

Yankees' (The) victory song; words 
and music by J. Jessup [of U. S.] 

[4136 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1919; E 442613; 

Jeannette Jessup, Omaha, Neb. 

Yanks (The) ; words by C. D. Van 

Horn, melody by M. Du Frerre 

[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[4137 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1919; E 442509; 
Christina Dandridge Van Horn, Lex- 
ington, Neb. 
Yanks (The) are coming home; 
words by E. W. Braner, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4138 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444512; 
Earl W. Braner, Tilton, 111. 
Yanks (The) at last are in Berlin; 
words by N. Thomas, music by Ed. 
Smith [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors and composers service co. 

[4139 
© 1 c. Feb. 30, 1919; E 442771; 
Nellie Thomas, Woodstock, 111. 

Yanks tribute to Tommy Atkins. 
See Compositions, bk. I. 

Yesterdays ; words by F. L. Duncan, 

melody by N. Du Frerre [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [4140 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 444573; 

Flora L. Duncan, Miles City, Mont. 

You came into my life; words by 
Theodosia Garrison, music by Anna- 
bel Morris Buchanan [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. [4141 

© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 444345; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

YOU CAN ALWAYS CALL ME HONEY, BUT 

never call me Hun ; words by Mrs. 
Hunter S. Smith, music by J. Gard- 
ner [of U. S.] Dallas, Tex., Jack 
Gardner co. [4142 

© Dec. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1918 ; 
E 441990 ; Jack Gardner, Dallas. 



You just you; fox-trot, words by 

Charles F. Strickland, music by P. 

Lombardi [of U. S.] [414S 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919; E 442933; 

Phil Lombardi, New York. 

You'll always find a lot of sun- 
shine; fox-trot, by Cowan, played 
by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in C. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, no. 
H 102324) [4144 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442941; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Coypright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

You'll be my flower of summer, 
dear; words by G. M. Zehr, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4145 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443169; 
Gladys M. Zehr, Castorland, N. Y. 

You'll find old Dixie land in 
France; fox-trot, by Meyer, played 
by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in B 
flat. (Rythmodik record music rolls, 
no. J 102523) [4146 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442977; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

YOU MAN IN KHAKI, YOU MAN IN BLUE ; 

words and music by C. Jorgensen 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [4147 

© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1919; E 444468; Charles Jorgensen, 
Seattle. 

YOU MAY BE THE SWEETHEART OF SOME 
OTHER FELLOW BUT YOU'RE MY SWEET- 
HEART in my dreams ; words by En- 
rique Smith, music by George E. 
Perfect [of U. S.] [4148 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 444363 ; Seidel music pub. co., inc., 
Indianapolis. 

You're just like the rose that you 
gave me; words by M. Clossen, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4149 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442854; 
Myrtle Clossen, Coffeyville, Kan. 

You're just the same old girl ; words 
and music by C. A. Fehlberg [of 
U. S.] [4150 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1919 ; 
E -442740; Charles A. Fehlberg, 
Providence, R. I. 



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no. 3, 1919 



4163 



You're just the same to me ; words 

by N. C. Creech, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4151 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 442867; 

Norman C. Creech, Kline, S. C. 

You're the greatest little mothers 
in the world; one-step, by Gottler, 
played by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; 
in B flat. (Rvthmodik record mu- 
sic rolls, no. J 102403) [4152 
© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1919; E 442963; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

You've paid the price ; words and mu- 
sic by E. Coolley [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [4153 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1919; E 444294; Ellen Coolley, 
Whitehall, Mich. 

You withered my roses of love; 
words by Jack Caddigan, music by 
Eddie Healey [of U. S.] [4154 

© Feb. 11, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1919 ; E 444084 ; Bobby Heath, inc., 
Philadelphia. 

Your great big wonderful eyes ; 
words and music by Barry Lindon 
[of England], arr. by Jullien H. Wil- 
son. [4155 
© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 435849 ; H. Sharpies & son, 
ltd., London. 

Your mother's your friend all the 
time; by E. A. Lessem and M. Mes- 
singer, arr. by Will B. Morrison [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [4156 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 444685; Warner C. Williams & 
co., Indianapolis. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 



Your mother's your friend all the 
time — Continued. 

words by M. (Max) Messinger, 

music by E. A. Lessem [of U. S.] 

[4157 
© Feb. 15, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1919 ; E 442747 ; Warner C. Williams 
& co., Indianapolis. 

YtiD (Der) in Rumenien ; words and 
music by Louis Friedsell [of U. S.] 

[4158 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 444438; 
Isaac Naiburg, New York. 

Zamecnik (J. S.) Ten melodies for a 

musical comedy ; by J. S. Zamecnik 

[of U. S.] [4159 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1919; E 443035; 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 

Zanzibar ; words and music by Joseph 
Buell Carey [of U. S.] [4160 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 444043 ; Buell music co., San Fran- 
cisco. 

15th (The) infantry; words and 
music by Andrea Razafkeriefo [of 
U. S.] [4161 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 
E 442811 ; Crusader music co., New 
York. 

52nd field artillery ; march, by G. L. 

Hawkinson [of U. S.] ; piano. [4162 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1919 ; 

E 442548; G. L. Hawkinson, Camp 

Travis, Tex. 

59th over here association march ; 
by E. Ester [of U. S.] piano. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Ernest Ester pub. co. 

[4163 
© Feb. 19, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919 ; E 444333 ; Ernest Ester, Brook- 
lyn. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1,1919: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 2 unpublished) 4 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 753 unpublished) 4,159 



Total 4.163 



247 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE ACT 
OF MAR. 4, 1909, [4163 



After the first of July. [1 

© Jack Glogau, Woodhaven, L. I., 
N. Y. Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 11. 

Alabama lullaby. [2 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 3, 1919 ; recorded, v. 4, 
p. 11. 

All thru the night. [3 

© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus, O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Alp-andacht. [4 

© Fritz Zimmermann, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 13. 

America never took water, and Amer- 
ica NEVER WILL. [5 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

And that ain't all. [6 

© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 3, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 12. 

Andante from Concerto no. 2 ; by 
Georg Golterman, op. 30, ed. and fin- 
gered by Willem Willecke. [7 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Anything is nice if it comes from 
Dixieland. [8 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 

At my dad and mammy's golden wed- 
ding jubilee. [9 
© Al Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 17, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 14. 

Baby days. [10 

© Frank Goodman, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 



Better (The) 'ole; potpourri. [11 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

selections. Leo Feist, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Mar. 15, 1919; 
recorded v. 4, p. 14. [12 

Blue eyed blond haired heart break- 
ing doll. [13 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

Bluin' the blues. [14 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

Bring back the joys that you've ta- 
ken from me. [15 
© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus, O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Burmah moon ; words and music by 

Gitz Rice. [16 

© Henry Burr music Corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Mar. 15, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 14. 

By the camp fere. [17 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

instrumental. [18 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 3, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 11. 

Calife (Le) de Bagdad; by A. Boiel- 
dieu, fingered and phrased by August 
Fraemke. [19 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Call (The) of the cosy little home ; 

from Take it from me. [20 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 13, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 13. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Chinese lullaby; by Robert Hood 

Bowers. [21 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Chong. [22 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

Christ in Flanders ; words by Gordon 
Jobnstone, music by Ward-Stephens. 

[23 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 13. 

Come be my wife ; from The Velvet 

lady. [24 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1919; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Coming home ; by Willeby. [25 

© John Church co., Cincinnati. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 9. 

Csardas ; fast. [26 

© H. F. Schelling, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 18, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 13. 

slow. [27 

© H. F. Schelling, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 18, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 13. 

Democracy ; from The royal vagabond. 

[28 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

Doughboy Jack and doughnut Jill; 
words by Marcus C. Connelly, music 
by Gitz Rice. [29 

© Henry Burr music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 15, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 14. 

Dreams. [30 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 3, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 11. 

Same. [31 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 14, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 



Fair honeymoon shine on ; from The 

velvet lady. [32 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 14. 

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Fidgety feet. [33 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 17, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 9. 

Floating down a moonlight stream. 

[34 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 

For Johnny and me. [35 

© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 11. 

Forgive and forget. [36 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 

Full o' pep. [37 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919; recorded, v. 
4, p. 12. 

Gal of mine. [38 

© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus, O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Girl and boy ; from The velvet lady. 

[39 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

Good-bye Bargravia; from The royal 

vagabond. [40 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 14. 

Good-bye shot and shell. [41 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Heart of Wetona. [42 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 

Home (The) road; by John Alden 

Carpenter. [43 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Honey-moon ; lyric by Charles E. 
Byrne, music by Charley Straight. 

[44 
© Henry Burr music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 17, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 3, 1919 



4163 (G9) 



HOW AKE YOU GOING TO WET YOUR 
WHISTLE. [45 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 

I don't want to love no one but you. 

[46 
© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 11. 

I'm getting wildee all the time. [47 
© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus, O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

I'M GLAD I WENT OVER TO FRANCE J by 

Fay Foster. [48 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 7. 

I'm glad to be back in the U. S. A. 

[49 
© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus, O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

I'm goin' to settle down outside of 

London town. [50 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 26, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 7. 

I think I'll wait until they all 
come home; lyrics by Marcus C. 
Connelly, music by Gitz Rice. [51 
© Henry Burr music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 15, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

I've danced to beat the band; from 

The velvet lady. [52 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 14. 

I've got the rumatiz. [53 

© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus, O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

I WANT TO SHIMMIE. [54 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 

I WISH I HAD SOMEBODY WAITING FOR 
ME. [55 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 
In a kingdom of our own; from The 
royal vagabond. [56 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 



In Soudan. [57 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 

In the land of beginning again. [58 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 15, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 14. 

In the old sweet way. [59 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 

It's a long way to dear old Broad- 
way. [60 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 15, 1919 ; recorded, v. 

4, p. 7. 

It's easy for you to remember. [61 
© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 13. 

Jazz all your troubles away. [62 
© Sliapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 



Jekry. 

© Leo Feist, 
Notice rec'd Mar. 
v. 4, p. 14. 

Johnny's in town. 
© Leo Feist, 
Notice rec'd Feb. 
v. 4, p. 10. 



[63 

inc., New York. 

10, 1919 ; recorded 

[64 

inc., New York. 

14, 1919 ; recorded, 



Keep all your love for me. [65 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Keep on smiling ; from Sometime, by 

Rudolf Friml. [66 

© G. Schirmer. inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Kentucky dream waltz ; song. [67 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Kilties march ; by Murchison. [68 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 



tice rec'd Feb. 
4, p. 9. 



20, 1919 ; recorded, v. 



Land (The) of lullaby. [69 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 



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pt. m, n. s., v. 14 



Life and love ; from The velvet lady, 
by Henry Blossom and Victor Her- 
bert. [70 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 11. 

Logic; from- The velvet lady. [71 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4. p. 14. 

Love of mine ; from The royal vaga- 
bond. [72 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec : d Mar. 12. 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

Map.che russe ; by Oscar E. Schminke. 

[73 
© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded 
v. 4, p. 7. 

Merby (The) wedding dance; from 

The velvet lady. [74 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rer'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4. p. 14. 

Moonlight down in Dixie. [75 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

No one but you ; from Sometime, by 

Rudolf Friml. [70 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Nobody else will do. [77 

© Buckeye music pub. co., Colum- 
bus. O. Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 

Oh what a lovin' the gikls will get. 

[78 
© Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

On a little farm in Nqrmandie. [79 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 



Pahjamah. 



[80 



© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Persian moon. [81 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb: 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 



Picking peaches ; from Sometime, by 

Rudolf Friml. [82 

© G. Schirmer. inc.. New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

PLExVSE don't take my harem away. 

[83 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

Rag -lad (The) from Bagdad; from 

Sinbad, by Romberg- Jol son. [84 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Roses of Picardy ; medley waltz, intro. 

Waiting, by Haydn W 7 ood. [85 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1919; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 11. 

Salvation army lassie of mine. [86 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 10. 

Scandal; from The velvet lady. [87 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 

Show a little something new. [88 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 

Smile and the world smiles with 

you. [89 

© Broadway music corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 11. 

Smilin' through; by Arthur A. Penn. 

[90 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 19, 1919; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 11. 

Solid men to the front ; by John 

Philip Sousa. [91 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

Some day I'll come back to you; 

words and music by Gitz Rice. [92 
© Henry Burr music corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 15, 1919; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 10. 
Sometime ; from Sometime, by Rudolf 

Friml. [93 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 



252 



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no. 3, 1919 



4163 (117) 



Sometime it will be lovetime, some- 
where — sometime ; lyric by Lee M. 
Walker, music bv Gerald Arthur. 

[94 
© Henry Burr music Corp., New- 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 17, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4. p. 7. 
Spooky ooktjm ; from. The velvet lady. 

[95 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 
Star of light. [9G 

© Jack Glogau, Woodhaven, L. I., 
N. Y. Notice rec'd Mar. 8, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 13. 
Syria. [97 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 10. 
Talk ; from The royal vagabond. [9S 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 
Tears of love. [99 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 
That long, long trail is getting 
shorter now ; words and music by 
Jack Mahoney. [100 

© Henry Burr music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 11. 
There's nothing too fine for the 
finest ; from The velvet lady. [101 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 
Time (The) you can't forget; from 
Sometime, by Rudolf Friml. [102 
© G. Sehirmer. inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 

Under the greenwood tree ; by A. 
Buzzi-Peccia. ^[103 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 20, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 9. 

Up in Mabel's room ; by Abner Silver. 

[104 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 13. 

Valsette; by Martin; piano. [105 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 20, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 9. 



Venice I'm coming back to you. 

[106 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, 

v. 4, p. 12. 

AYait and see, you'll want me back. 

[107 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 
We will never say good-bye again. 

[108 
© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 13. 
Wee (A) bit of lace. [109 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New- 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1919; 
recorded, v. 4, p. 13. 
What a position for me : from The 
velvet lady. [110 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 12, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 14. 
When God turns the trenches into 

GARDENS AGAIN. [Ill 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 
When the cherry blossoms fall, 
love is love ; from The royal vaga- 
bond. [112 
© M. Witmark & sons, New- York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 12. 
When the fighting Irish come 
home. [113 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 15, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 14. 
When you look in the heart of a 
rose. [114 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4, p. 12. 
Why did I waste my time on you. 

[115 
© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 4, 1919 ; recorded, 
v. 4, p. 11. 
You remember me. [116 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 
1919 ; recorded, v. 4, p. 9. 
Your heart is calling mine. [117 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 15, 1919 ; recorded, v. 
4. p. 14. 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OE CONGRESS OE MARCH 3, 1891, 
OE JUNE 30, 1906, AND OE MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 j 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1919 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 14 
No. 4 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1919 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users oe this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann 
Sebastian) ; Beethoven (Ludwig van) ; Bellini (Vincenzo) ; Chopin (Frederic 
Francois) ; Donizetti (Gaetano) ; Flotow (Friedrich von) ; Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) ; Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix); Moszkowski (Moritz) ; Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) ; Offenbach 
(Jacques) ; Puccini (Giacomo) ; Raff (Joseph Joachim) ; Saint Saens (Charles 
Camille) ; Schubert (Franz Peter) ; Schumann (Robert Alexander) ; Tschai- 
kowsky (Peter Iljitch); Verdi (Giuseppe). In case of all such works, how- 
ever, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each 
work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 
etudes elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying 
titles, but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," 
" march," " cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," 
" etude," " study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only 
identifiable by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's 
name without cross references from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

(ii) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A. B. C. dramatic set no. 19 ; by Ernst 
Luz [of U. S.] ; piano and orch. 4to. 

[4164 
© Mar. 20. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1919 ; 
E 443407 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

A. B. C. dramatic set no. 25 ; by Ernst 
Luz [of U. S.] ; piano and orch. 4to. 

[4165 
© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1919 ; 
E 443409 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. 

"'A Captjra; polka danzante, by James 
Rossini [of U. S.] ; piano. 4to. 

[4166 
© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1919; E 450098; 
John Szerocke, Brooklyn. 

A Mia madre; waltz, by Giuseppe Ta- 
rantola [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] ; instrumental. [4167 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; E 444936 ; Ro- 
sario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

A mia sorella ; polka, by Giuseppe Ta- 
rantola [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] ; instrumental. [4168 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; E 444927 ; Ro- 
sario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

A mio padre; mazurcha, by Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] ; instrumental. [4169 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; E 444924 ; Ro- 

sario CatalanO, Brooklyn. 

'A mugltera mmieze 'e spine; versi e 
musica di E. Palone [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 
4to. [4170 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435988 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

"A nnammtjrata ; versi e musica di E. 

A. Mario [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 8vo. 

(Piedigrotta 1918, no. 628) [4171 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 

E 446002 ; E. A. Mario, Naples. 

A notte alta ; poema musicale, di Al- 
fredo Casella [of Italy] ; pf. [4172 
© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 446149 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



A notte bruna ; valzer cantabile, di 
Paolo Bolognese [of U. S.] ; instru- 
mental. 4to. [4173 
© Mar. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 26, 1919 ; 
E 445456 ; Antonio Grauso, New York. 

A playin' 'round the kitcken floor; 
words by J. Dill, music by E. E. Mc- 
Cargar [of U. S.], arr. by Glenn 
Knight [of U. S.] [4174 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1919; E 445182; 
Emery E. McCargar and Jack Dill, 
Los Angeles. 

'A presa 'e Trento 'e Trieste ; versi di 
Carlo Forte, musica di V. Medina [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. 4to. [4175 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 446043; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

A serenata 'o Kaiser ; versi e musica 
di A. Bascetta [of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; mand. ace. 4to. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., G. Leone. [4176 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 445122; Alfredo Bascetta, Brook- 
lyn. 

'A Surriento ; valzer, by James Rossini 
[of U. S.] ;' piano. 4to. [4177 

© 1 c. Apr. 1 11, 1919; E 450096; 
John Szerocke, Brooklyn. 

A UN oiseau; melodie, par Andre Fi- 
jan,' arr. par H. Mouton [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
(Collection orchestrina, no. 14) 

[4178 
© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 446075; G. Ricordi et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Abandonado ; waltz, by G. Posadas [of 
Mexico] ; piano. [4179 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1919; E 445233; 
Guillermo Posadas, New York. 

Abiding faith ; words by John Wood- 
ward, music by W. George [of Greece, 
domiciled at Minneapolis, Minn.], 
arr. by Francis Paully [of U. S.] 

[4180 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1919; E 445192; 
William George, Minneapolis. 



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4181 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Across the years ; words and music by 
L. P. Fournier [of U. S.] [4181 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1919; E 445525; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Detroit. 

Adagio. See Suite symphonique. 

Adam, Eve and the apple ; march song, 
words by S. M. Sattes, music by J. C. 
Halls [of U. S.] [4182 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445807; G. M. Sattes, Steubens- 
ville, O. 

Adelina; polka, by James Rossini [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 4to. [4183 

© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1919; E 450095; 
John Szerocke, Brooklyn. 

Adieu ; song for B flat cornet, baritone 

or trombone, by M. L. Lake [of U. 

S.] ; military band. 32mo. [4184 

© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 

E 443371 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

See also Redman (H. N.) Four 

songs. 

Adoration ; love song ; words by Car- 
mela Cosenza Gatti, music by Emi- 
lio A. Roxas [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; high in E flat. [4185 
© Feb. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444614; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Adrift; from the Chinese of Li Po, 
rendered into English by L. Cranmer- 
Byng, music by Granville Bantock 
[of England] ; in B mi. [4186 

© Mar. 19. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1919 ; 
E 446187 ; Elkin & co., London. 

After love. See Ronald (Landon) 
Four silhouettes. 

After the peace was won ; words by I. 
Snyder, music by Artie Bowers [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors & com- 
posers service co. [4187 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443636; 
Irene Snyder, Pleasant Plain, O. 

After the storm the sun wile shine ; 
words by L. D. Strong, music by Ar- 
tie Bowers [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors & composers service co. 

[4188 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1919; E 443521; 

Lillian D. Strong, Spencerville, Ind. 

After the war; words and music by 
D. J. Strong [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [4189 
© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443297; Delia J. Strong, Conway, 
Mich. 



After the war is over; words by M. 
Dick, music by Artie Bowers [of U. 
S.] New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [4190 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443490; 
Merna Dick, Roaring Springs, Pa. 

After the wars are over ; words by A. 
E. Welch, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4191 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1919; E 445840; 
A. E. Welch, Waco, Tex. 

After you went away ; words and mu- 
sic by L. P. Fournier [of U. S.] 

[4192 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1919; E 445524; 
Lillian Poole Fournier, Detroit. 

words by Al Fields and Robert 

Levenson, music by A. Fred Phillips 
[of U. S.] [4193 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1919 ; 
E 443849; United music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Ah che zucconi. See Puccini (Gia- 
como) 

Ah, if mother Volga (Ach, wenn mut- 
ter Volga) ; words tr. from the Rus- 
sian of A. Tolstoi, by Constance 
Purely [of U. S.], German version by 
Lina Esbeer, music by Cesar Cui, op. 
67; in A min. [4194 

© Mar. 21, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445505; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
English translation] 

An, not witfi God's thunder ; words 
tr. from the Russian of A. K. Tol- 
stoy, by Constance Purdy [of U. S.], 
music by Modest Moussorgsky; me- 
dium, in D minor. [4195 
© Mar. 10. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445506; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation] 

Ah, twine no blossoms (O, winde 
keine duf t'ge bliite) ; words tr. from 
the Russian of D. Rathaus, by Deems 
Taylor [of U. S.], German version by 
Lina Esbeer, music by Reinhold 
Gliere, op. 18, no. 7; high in F 
minor. [4196 

© Mar. 12, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445515; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation] 

Air du XIIIe siecle, See Airs et chan- 
sons de France. 



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no. 4, 1919 



4213 



Aies et chansons de Feance ; premiere 
suite, par Jules Mouquet [of France] 
op. 36; piano. (Edition nationale 
frangaise, pantheon des pianistes, no. 
1136) Contents: — 1. Complainte de 
la passion. — 2. Air du XHIe siecle. — 
3. Rondel du XIV siecle. [4197 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919: E 446215; Henry Lemoine & 
co., Paris. 

Alabama I'm coming back to you; 

words by H. A. Caputo, music by 

Cosino Formichelli [of U. S.] [4198 

© Mar. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; 

E 443982 ; H. A. Caputo, Brooklyn. 

Alba (L ! ) (The dawn) ; mazurka di 
concerto, by S. Cambria [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; mand. and 
piano. [4199 

© Apr. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 
E 445707 ; Stellario Cambria, New 
York. 

Alba doloeosa ; parole di Giovanni 
Pascoli, musica di Adolf o Gandino 
[of Italy] (Dodici liriche, no. 2) 

[4200 
© Mar. 20. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 21, 
1919; E 446184; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Album d'ouveetuees ; rev. par C. Schu- 
bert et Lucien Garban [of France] ; 
piano a 4 mains, v. 3. obi. 8vo. 
(Edition classique, no. 9582) Con- 
tents : — La grotte de Fingal et Le 
songe d'une nuit d'ete ; par F. Men- 
delssohn Bartholdy. — La fiancee de 
Messine et Manfred; par R. Schu- 
mann, op. 100, 115. [4201 
© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 
E 446272 ; Durand & cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Albumblatt : intermezzo, by Leopold 
Godowsky [of Austria, domiciled at 
New York] ; piano, four hands. 
(Miniatures, miscellaneous numbers, 
no. 9) [4202 

© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 
E 450012 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Alhambea ; morceau caracteristique, 
by Werner Janssen [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4203 
© Mar. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1919 ; 
E 448015; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

2° paso doble flamenco (two or 

one step), letra de Jose de la Vega, 
musica de R. Coll [of Spain] op. 32 ; 
piano y letra. [4204 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 28. 1919 ; 
E 446267 ; Ramon Coll, Buenos Aires, 
Argentine Republic. 



All abound the Cheistmas teee ; ma- 
zurka, by A. M. Cohen [of U. S.] ; 1st 
violin. [4205 

© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1919; E 448111; 
Arthur M. Cohen, New York. 

All gatheeed 'bound the fibeside ; 

words by D. K. Moore, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4206 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443889; 

Dewey K. Moore, Sumner, 111. 

All hail oue boys in kliaki clad; 
-lyric by E. S. Goode, music by Roy 
Hartzell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of 
U. S.] Washington D. C, Howard 
music co. [4207 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 
E 445742 ; Emma S. Goode, Keene, 
Va. 

All hail ! eejoice ! Easter anthem, 
music by Alfred Judson [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Easter anthems 
for church choirs, no. 284) [4208 
© Mar. 19. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 
E 443834; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

All I get is consolation ; words by 
Edgar Leslie, music by Pete Wend- 
ling and Fred Ahlert [of U. S.] 

[4209 
© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 445028 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

All that came back to me ; words by 
Mrs. D. H. Prettyman, music by 
Artie Bowers [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors & composers service co. 

[4210 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445310; 
Mrs. D. Herbert Prettyman, Milis- 
boro, Del. 

All the jazz bands aee leaving Sa- 
vannah, Ga. ; written and composed 
by Cal. Carter [of England] [4211 
© Mar. 25, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 446296 ; Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 

All those in favoe say aye ; words by 
Sam Downing, music by Tom Ken- 
nedy [of U. S.] 1. Orch., arr. by 
Mornay Helm [of U. S.] ; in E flat. 
4to. 2. Song. [4212,4213 

© Mar. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. each Mar. 31, 
1919 ; E 443958, 443963 ; Jos. W. Stern 
& co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Alla maecia. See Mackenzie (A. C.) 
Three easy impromptus. 



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4214 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Allegro appasionato ; by Gaston M. 
Dethier [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. 

[4214 
© Mar. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1919; E 443702; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 
Allied liberty world song ; words and 
music by J. M. Hardy [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [4215 
© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443280 ; J. Moore Hardy, Dunedin, 
Fla. 

Allies (The) glory and victory; 
words by T. D. Viger, music by Clar- 
ence E. Taylor [of U. S.] [4216 
© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1919 ; 
E 445066 ; Theodore De Lage Viger, 
Port Chester, N. Y. 
Allies (The) great peace ball ; words 
and melody by G. Pullman [of U. S.J, 
arr. by Thos. F. Cornell [of U. S.] 

[4217 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1919; E 445582; 
Grace Pullman, New York. 
America; [national anthem], music by 
Mrs. Edwin W. Sims [of U. S.] 

[4218 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1919; E 444939; 
Mrs. E. W. Sims, Chicago. 

words by P. Lachoviz, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4219 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445364; 
P. Lachoviz, Toronto, Canada. 

America first; words by R. H. Min- 
teer, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S,] [4220 

© 1 c. Mar. 17. 1919; E 445165; 
R. H. Minteer, Cadiz, O. 
America for justice ever stands ; 
march song, words and music by H. 
A. Schaefer [of U. S.] [4221 

© Apr. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 11, 1919 ; 
E 450056 ; Henry A. Schaefer, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 
America leads the world ; words by 
C. Weber, music by W. H. Brown [of 
U. S.] Boston, Weber music co. 

[4222 
© Mar. 26, 1919: 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1919; E 443990; Win. H. Brown, 
Medford, Mass. 
America never took water, and Amer- 
ica never will; by J. Keirn Bren- 
nan, Gus Edwards and Paul Cun- 
ningham, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in G. 4to. 

[4223 

© Mar. 17, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1919 ; E 443418 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

new arrangement.] 



America never took water, and Amer- 
ica never will — Continued. 

words and music by J. Keirn 

Brennan, Gus Edwards and Paul 
Cunningham [of U. S.] [4224 

© Mar. 7. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8. 1919 ; 
E 443186 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

America, O, land of love; words and 
music by Robert A. Rogers [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Newark, N. J.] 

[4225 
© Mar. 20, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1919; E 443736; Sippear & sons, 
Newark, N. J. 

America saved the day; words and 
music by W. R. McCracken [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4226 
© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443277; W. R. McCracken, Cam- 
bridge, O. 

America thou land of hope; words 
and music by M. H. Wickman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4227 
© Feb. 8. 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444284; M. H. Wickman, Cannon 
Falls, Minn. 

America was called upon once more ; 
lyric by C. D. Tibbits, music by Jack 
Millard [i. e., John Arthur Millard, 
of U. S.] [4228 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1919; E 445089; 
Charles Dealton Tibbits, Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y. 

America welcomes home again her 
sons ; words by Mrs. I. Secor, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4229 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443875; 
Mrs. Ira Secor, Rensselaer, N. Y. 
American (The) boys whipped Ger- 
many; words by P. Call, music by 
Artie Bowers [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors & composers service co. 

[4230 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443639; 
Peter Call, Pleasant City, O. 

American (The) flag; words by J. W. 
Beaty, music by J. C. Halls [of U. S.] 

[4231 
© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445815 ; J. W. Beaty, Dayton, Ky. 
American (The) girl for me, boys; 
words by L. E. Jobe, music by Frank 
W. Ford [of U. S.] New York. Au- 
thors & composers service co. [4232 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445325; 
Lulu E. Jobe, Columbus, O. 



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4250 



American humoresque; by W. A. 

Johnson [of U. S.] ; piano. [4233 

© Mar. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 

E 443660 ; Wm. A. Johnson, Trenton, 

N. J. 

American independence; words by 
F. D. McMillen [of U. S.], music by 
Willard Patton. [4234 

© Mar. 25, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1919; E 443711; Fred D. McMillen, 
Minneapolis. 

American (The) Marseillaise; or, 
Shall old U. S. A. really go dry, 
words by Simon L. Simpson, music 
by Rouget de Lisle [of France] 

[4235 
© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 445023 ; Marseillaise music co., 
New York. 

American soldier; march song, words 
and music by B. Verge [of U. S.], 
arr. by Willard Mayberry. Portland. 
Me., Cressey & Allen. [4236 

© Mar. 15, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1919 ; E 443848 ; Byron Verge, Port- 
land. Me. 

■ words and music by M. A. Jack- 
son [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar mu- 
sic co. ' [4237 
© Mar. 6. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443303; M. A. Jackson, Donovan, 
Ga. 

American victory march; words and 
music by A. L. Sizer [of U. S.] 

[4238 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1919; E 445131; 
Albert Lee Sizer, Snoqualmie Falls, 
Wash. 

America's answer to Flanders' 
fields ; words bv R. W. Lillard, music 
by S. Pierce [of U. S.] [4239 

© Mar. 8, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1919 ; E 443275 ; Seneca Pierce, Mil- 
waukee. 

America's dashing Yankee boys ; 
words and music by P. T. Hickman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [4240 

© Mar. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 445897 ; Perry T. Hickman, 
Pittsburg, Kan. 

America's glory ; words and music by 
B. White [of U. S.] Philadelphia, 
Patriotic music co. [4241 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444877 ; Barbara White, Philadel- 
phia. 



America's vow; words by Mrs. J. 
Kavanaugh, music by Artie Bowers 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [4242 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443486; 
Mrs. John Kavanaugh, Orange, N. J. 

Ammor' e fernute ; versi di Felix Ono- 
frietti, musica di N. Mascolo [of U. 
S.] ; mand. ace. Svo. [4243 

© Apr. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1919 ; 
E 448107; Nicola Mascolo, Newark, 
N. J. 

Ammore ntjosto ; versi e musica di E 
A. Mario [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, F. Bideri. 4to. [4244 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435973 ; Italian book co.. inc., New 
York. 

Amor mio ; mazurka di Giovanni Del 
Colle [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.] ; clarinetto in Si flat. 

[4245 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443922; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Amours (Les) sont des fleurs ; valse 
lente, par Gustave Goublier, arr. par 
H. Mouton [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. (Collection 
orchestrina, no. 18) [4246 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 446078 ; G. Ricordi et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

And it came to pass ; the Lord's 
prayer, words from the Scriptures, 
music by George Henschel [of Great 
Britain] ; ten. and bass solo, with 
unison cho. of mixed voices. 4to 
(Choral album no. 1288) [4247 

© Feb. 22, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 446016 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

And much I long to be with you ; 

words and music by F. Martorano 

[of U. S.] [4248 

© 1 c. Mar 17, 1919; E 445155; 

Frank Martorano, San Jose, Cal. 

And that ain't all; words by Bud 
Green, music bv Sammy Stept [of 
U. S.] [4249 

© Mar. 4, 1919 : 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444607; Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., 
New York. 

And there she stood reside me ; words 
by W. Scott, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4250 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1919; E 445162; 
Walter Scott, Hoquiam, Wash. 



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4251 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Angels (The) haunting you; words 
and music by L. A. Carroll [of U. S.] 
E. Pittsburgh, Pa., Reminder pub. co. 

[4251 
© Mar. 19, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1919; E 443472; L. A. Carroll, E. 
Pittsburgh. 

Angelus (The) ; words and music by 
Bayly Ransom [of Great Britain] ; 
in G. [4252 

© Mar. 11, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1919 ; E 446022 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Anothee good man gone weong; from 
Atta boy, words by Ballard Mac- 
Donald, music by Nat Osborne [of 
U. S.] [4253 

© Mar. 10, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444909; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Another little hour I begged (Ich 
wollt' ein wenig mit dir plaudern) ; 
words tr. from the Russian of A. 
Pleschtschejeff, by Constance Purdy 
[of U. S.], German version by S. 
Konig, music by Alexander Gretch- 
aninoff ; high in F. [4254 

© Mar. 12. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445514; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation] 

Answer the call to the colors ; 
words and music by M. Dudley [of 
U. S.l Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4255 
© Mar. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 445903 ; Marie Dudley, New 
York. 

Anthony Crundle ; words by John 
Drinkwater, music by Bryceson Tre- 
harne [of Great Britain, domiciled 
at New York] ; medium in C. [4256 
© Feb. 20, 1919; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1919; E 442876; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Antique (The) clock; words by Jes- 
sica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spauld- 
ing [of U. S.] ; vocal or instru- 
mental. (Young America, no. 
16011) [4257 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
E 443241; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Appassionato. See Suite sympho- 
nique. 



Arabesque ; part song, words by Henry 
L. Mencken, music by Franz C. Born- 
schein [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 

[4258 
© Feb. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25. 
1919; E 445513; Oliver Ditson co. r 
Boston. 

Arabian chant ; oriental e, by Leopold 
Godowsky [of Austria, domiciled at 
New York] ; piano, four hands. 
(Miniatures, miscellaneous numbers, 
no. 8) [4259 

© Sept. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 
E 450011 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Arcady's where you are; three part 
song, words and music by Florence 
Parr Gere [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
(Octavo choruses, no. 5021) [4260 
© Feb. 24, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1919; E 443372; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Ardent love ; tango, by O. Hodeige [of 
Belgium] ; piano. [4261 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 443998; 
Octave Hodeige, Shanghai, China. 

Are you faithful; words by C. W. 
Navlor, music by A. L. Byers [of 
U. S.] [4262 

© Mar. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1919 : E 450117 ; A. L. Byers, Ander- 
son, Ind. 

Are you stepping out to-night ; from 
Monte Cristo jr., words by Harold 
Atteridge, music by Sigmund Rom- 
berg and Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[4263 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444904; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Arietta. See Second suite. 

Arietta con variazioni. See Stanford 
(C. V.) Three sketches. 

Arise ! Arise ! to arms ; poem by Lena 
Kellogg, music by. Grover Tilden 
Davis [of U. S.] ; baritone. [4264 
© Mar. 24, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1919; E 445797; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Armistizio (L') ; seguito di 'O piano e 
guerra, versi di E. Murolo, musica 
di N. Valente [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 4to. 

[4265 

. © Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435982 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York; 



260 



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no. 4, 1919 



4284 



AS SHE GOES WHIRLING AND TWIRLING; 

words by R. H. Pallister, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4266 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445627; 
R. H. Pallister, Chicago. 

Asia blues ; words and melody by C. 

H. Johnson [of U. S.], an*, by Fred 

Rich [of U. S.] [4267 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443623; 

Clinton H. Johnson, Duluth, Minn. 

Asiatic angles ; words and music by 
R. C. Rodgers [of U. S.] (Up stage 
and down, no. 2) [4268 

© Mar. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 445253 ; Richard C. Rodgers, New 
York. 

Astonian society song ; words and 
music by N. P. Shankle [of U. S.] 

[4269 
© Mar. 27. 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445846 ; Nelson Pinkston Shankle, 
Celeste, Tex. 

At CHxVteau Thierry ; words and 
music by N. Des Lauriers, jr. [of 
U. S.] [4270 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445675; 
Napoleon Des Lauriers, jr., Cohoes, 
N. Y. 

At Chester Park I like to go — in 
Cincinnati, Ohio ; words by B. R. 
Roden, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4271 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919; E 445264; 
B. R. Roden, Rochester, N. Y. 

At last; words by M. Bell, music by 
B. Bell and M. Bell [of U. S.], arr. 
by B. Bell. [4272 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443557; 
Barbara Bell and Mowry Bell, 
Crystal Bay, Minn. 

At my dad and mammy's golden wed- 
ding jubilee ; words by Bud Green, 
melody by Sammy H. Stept [of U. 
S.], arr. by Ernest Bial [of U. S.] 

[4273 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1919; E 445087; 

Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New York. 

At night. See First suite. 



At nightfall ; words by Charles Han- 
son Towne, music by Walter Golde 
[of U. S.] ; high voice in A. [4274 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443388 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

At the bootleggers' ball; words by 
W. M. Leigh, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4275 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445644; 
Wm. M. Leigh, Richmond. 

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At the excursion place ; by A. V. B. 
Wegner [of U. S.] op. 20, no. 2; 
piano. (Children's excursion) 

[4276 
© Mar. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443767; Arthur V. B. Weg- 
ner, New York. 
At the prohibition ball ; words by 
Alex Gerber, music by Abner Silver 
[of U. S.] [4277 

© Apr. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1919 ; 
E 443980; M Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

At the skating rink; by Myrtle 

Church Hopkirk [of U. S.] op. 5, no. 

5 ; piano. (Six characteristic pieces, 

no. 5) [4278 

© Mar. 19, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 

1919; E 445550; B. F. Wood music 

co., Boston. 
At the soldiers' camp; military 

march, by C. W. Kern [of U. S.] ; 

piano. (Pictured in tones. no. 

10114) [4279 

© Mar. 18, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1919; E 443457; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

At the village ball ; words and music 
by Glad. Forster [of U. S.] 4to. 

[4280 

© Apr. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1919 ; 

E 448062 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Autumn song; words by Margaret E. 
Sangster, jr., music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] [4281 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448044; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Auxiliary (The) ; unison song, words 
by Ronald A. Hop wood, music by R. 
M. Cadman [of Great Britain] 4to. 
(Curwen's edition, no. 71524.) 

[4282 
© Mar. 13, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1919; E 446009; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Avete torto. See Puccini (Giacomo.) 

Axman's (The) jazz; by J. J. Davilla 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [4283 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443621; 
Joseph John Davilla, New Orleans. 

Aye waukin', O ; part song, words by 
Robert Burns, Scottish melody, arr. 
by Jas. Gallie [of Great Britain] ; 
female voices. 4to. (Curwen's edi- 
tion, no. 71526.) [4284 
© Mar. 24, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 446294; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 



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B. (The) 1 step; a huniourisin, by 
Montague Ewing [of England] ; 
piano. [4285 

© Mar. 19, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1919; E 446113; Gould & Bolttler, 
London. 

Babes (The) in the wood; study in 
chromatic notes, words from a book 
of verses for children, music by Percy 
C. Buck [of Great Britain] ; sop. and 
alto. 4to. (Curwen's edition, no. 
71515.) [4286 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 446251; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Baby blue; words by Sam M. Lewis 
and Joe Young, music by Walter 
Donaldson [of U. S.] [4287 

© Mar. 22, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1919 ; E 445541 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Baby days ; lyric by F. Goodman, music 
by Lawrence Franklin [of U. S.] 

[4288 
© Mar. 17, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1919; E 445063; Frank Goodman, 
New York. 

Baby of mine ; lullaby, words and mu- 
sic by R. Sears [of U. S.] ; with violin 
obbl. [4289 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 443818 ; Ruth Sears, Chicago. 

Baby's (A) dream; words by J. Mc- 
Bolden, music by Genevieve Scott 
[of U. S.] [4290 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445822 ; John McBolden, Washing- 
ton. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Le petit 
livre de clavecin de Magdalena Bach ; 
petites pieces faciles, par J. S. Bach 
ed. revue, doigtee et accentuee par 
Theodore Lack [of France] ; piano. 

[4291 

© Dec. 30, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1919; E 446216; Henry Lemoine & 

co., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

revision and fingering.] 

Prelude and Fugue in C minor ; 

by J. S. Bach, arr. by Harold Bauer 
[of England, domiciled at New 
York] ; two pianos, four hands. 

[4292 

© Jan. 15, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 

1919; E 445476; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 



Back from the battle; words by Al- 
fred Perceval Graves, music an old 
Welsh air, Captain Morgan's march, 
arr. by Geoffrey Shaw [of Great 
Britain] ; mixed voices. (In Mother- 
land song book, v. 1, no. 17) [4293 
© Feb. 26, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1919 ; E 446128 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

Back home again; words and music 

by H. Kemp [of U. S.], arr. by N. L. 

Kincaid [of U. S.] [4294 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1919; E 445013; 

Harry Kemp, Brooklyn. 

words by O. G. Ogden, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4295 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445384; 
O. G. Ogden, Louisville. 

Back home in Georgia ; words and mu- 
- sic by P. and J. Jarmark [of U. S.] . 

[4296- 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919 ; E 445429 ; 

Philip and Jack Jarmark, Brooklyn. 

Back home to U. S. A. ; words by C. 

Liston, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [4297 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1919; E 445881; 

Cora Liston, Galveston, Ind. 

Back to Dixie on the five-fifteen ; 

words by F. Eley, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4298 

© 1 c. Apr., 1919; E 443880; 

Frank Eley, Plymouth, Pa. 

Back to Dixieland, in Tennessee; 

words and melody by J. F. Weber and 

E. R. Heck [of U. S.], arr. by E. R. 

Heck. [4299 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 443009; 

Jos. F. W T eber and Ernest R. Heck, 

Scranton, Pa. 
-Back to me and the U. S. A. ; words 

by L. W. Scarborough, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4300 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; E 443876 ; Lee 

W. Scarborough, Humble, Tex. 
Back to Yankee-land ; words by A. H. 

Brown, music by Corene McClure 

Herlan [of U. S.] [4301 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445360; 

Alice H. Brown, Citronelle, Ala. 
Bagatelle. See Second suite. 
Bailey (William S.) Mass; [words 

from the Catholic church], music by 

W. S. Bailey [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 

4to. [4302 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 

E 444916; McLaughlin & Reilly co.,. 

Boston. 



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4320 



Balakireff (Mili) Nocturne (Nacht- 
stiick) ; tr. from the Russian by Fred- 
erick H. Martens [of U. S.], music by 
M. Balakireff ; in D. [4303 

© Mar. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 
E 445471 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on translating] 

Ballyho Bay; oh how she could dance 
the ballyho, words by Joe McCarthy, 
music by Fred Fisher [of U. S.] 

[4304 
© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1919 ; 
E 443907 ; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 

Banjo serenade ; by J. B. Blyler [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [4305 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1919; E 448052; 
James B. Blyler, New York. 

Banner (The) of liberty; words by 
W. O'Connor, music by Artie Bowers 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [4306 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; E 443987 ; Wil- 
liam O'Connor, Detroit. 

Banner (The) of the free; words 
and music by M. E. Hogan [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [4307 

© Mar. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 445896 ; M. E. Hogan, New 
Orleans. 

Bar parlour. See Fisherfolk. 

Barcarolle ; by Leo Oehmler [of U. S.] 

op. 202, no. 4 ; piano. [4308 

© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 

E 445760; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

by Leopold Godowsky [of Austria, 

domiciled at New York] ; piano, four 
hands. (Miniatures, miscellaneous 
numbers, no. 14) [4309 

© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 
E 450017 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

■ See also Offenbach (Jacques) — 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Irjitch) 

Battle (The) for democracy ; descrip- 
tive overture, by Frank Fuhrer [of 
U. S.] ; orch. and piano. [4310 

© Apr. 2, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1919 ; 
E 448120 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Battle hymn of the republic ; tune. 
See We're coming over. 

Battle march ; by G. Fr. W. Bruhns 
[of U. S.] ; piano and song. (Cover 
title : U. S. A. battle march.) [4311 
© Mar. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1919 ; 
E 443989 ; Georg Fr. W. Bruhns, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Battle song of Zion ; words by Marvin 
M. Lowenthal, Hebrew words by M. 
Mnuchin, music by R. R. Rinder [of 
U. S.] San Francisco, Zionist bu- 
reau. 4to. [4312 
© Sept. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 445537; Reuben R. Rinder, San 
Francisco. 

Battling (The) blues ; words by B. E. 
Norris, melody by B. E. Norris and 
C. R. Haller [of U. S.], arr. by C. R. 
Haller. [4313 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; E 444626 ; Ben 
E. Norris and Carl R. Haller, Cleve- 
land. 

Be ready for the marriage of the 
Lamb ; words rev. and music by B. E. 
Warren [of U. S.] [4314 

© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 
E 450141 ; B. E. Warren, Springfield, 
O. 

Be the man God meant you to be ; 

words and melody by Norma Gregg 

[of U. S.] [4315 

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1919; E 445060; 

Alice B. Hamilton, Wooster, O. 

Beata solitudo ; words by Ernest Dow- 
son, music by Norman Peterkin [of 
Great Britain] ; medium, in D flat. 

[4316 

© Mar. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1919 ; 

E 445275 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Beatrix ; waltz, lente, by Napoleon 
Lambelet [of England] ; piano. 

[4317 

© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 22, 1919 ; 

E 446191 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Beautiful bells. See Christmas songs 
for beginners, set 3. 

Beautiful girl of my dreams ; words 
and music by Nat Parker [of U. S.] 

[4318 
© Mar. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 
E 443847 ; Parker bros., Boston. 

Beautiful is thy wristlet. See Ta- 
gore poems. 

Beautiful land of love; words and 
melody bv J. F. Weber and E. R. 
Heck [of U. S.], arr. by E. R. Heck. 

[4319 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 443014; 

Jos. F. Weber and Ernest R. Heck, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Beautiful morning; words by M. S. 

Wulf, music by J. E. Andino [of 

U. S.] [4320 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443534; 

Marie Schreiholz Wulf, Boone, la. 



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Beautiful (The) smiling lily: words 

by A. M. Lupo, music by Charles 

Meisel [of U. S.] [4321 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444907; 

Anthony Michael Lupo, New York. 

Beautiful songs for Sunday-schools, 
revivals, singing schools and con- 
ventions. Useful in all kinds of 
social worship, bv Thos. B. Hollowav 
& Dr. G. B. Hart [of U. S.] [4322 

© Mar. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
24, 1919; A 512741; Holloway & 
Hart, Mitchellsville, 111. 

Beauty. See Martin (Easthope) Five 
poems.. 

Beaux (The) and the belles of 
Bath ; opening chorus, of Monsieur 
Beaucaire, words by Adrian Ross, 
music by Andre Messager [of 
France] 4to. [4323 

© Dec. 31, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 13. 
1919; E 446033; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Because of you dear heart; words 
and music by Arthur R. Kremer [of 
U. S.] ; with cello obi. Alexandria, 
Neb., Kremer music pub. co. [4324 
© Mar. 27. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 443822 ; A. R. Kremer, Alex- 
andria, Neb. 

Bedtime for dollies. See Kute kid- 
die songs for Christmas. 

Beedy boo; shimmie, words by Zany, 
music by H. I. Brown [of U. S.] 

[4325 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1919; E 450045; 
Herbert I. Brown, Los Angeles. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Fragment 
from the Emperor concerto ; by L. 
van Beethoven, transcribed by Mau- 
rice Moszkowski [of France] ; piano. 
(Master melodies, no. 16164). 

[4326 

© Mar. 18, 1919; 2 c. Mar. IS, 

1919; E 443430; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on transcription and arrangement] 

Menuet in G, no. 2 ; by L. van 

Beethoven, transcribed by Maurice 
Moszkowski [of France] ; piano. 
(Master melodies, no. 16165). [4327 
© Mar. 18, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1919; E 443431; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcription and arrangement] 

Beizer zich nit Mendel; words and 
music by Isidor Lillian [of U. S.] 

[4328 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443126; 
Isaac Naiburg, New York. 



Bella (La) Napoli; mazurka, by 
James Rossini [of U. S.] ; piano. 4to. 

[4329 
© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1919; E 450097; 
John Szerocke, Brooklyn. 

Bella (La) Siciliana; mazurka, by 
Francesco Attanasio [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.], arr. by 
A. Geluso [of Italy] ; 1st and 2nd 
mand. and guit. 4to. (G. Leone's 
edition, no. 21). [4330 

© Mar. 6, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1919; E 445534; Gaetano Leone, 
Brooklyn. 

Bellezze Partenopee (Parthenopean 
beauties) ; valzer lento, by A. Caval- 
cabo [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; pf. [4331 

© Mar. 26, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443807; Arturo Cavalcabd, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new matter] 

Bellini (Vincenzo) Phantom chorus; 
from La Sonnambula, [words by 
Felice Romani], music by V. Bellini, 
ed. and arr. by Frederic H. Ripley 
and Harry L. Harts [of U. S.] ; sop. 
1, 11, and alto. ten. and bass ad lib. 
4to. (Stanhope ed. no. 229) [4332 
© Jan. 9, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444053; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing and arranging] 

Bells (The) of Bagdad; oriental epi- 
sode, fox trot, by Otto Motzan, arr. 
by Lee OreairSinith [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [4333 

© Mar. 15, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1919 ; E 445174 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Bells of joy; Christmas service, 
words by various authors, music by 
Clinton D. Lowden, John J. Thomas, 
F. A. Clark and C. Harold Lowden 
[of U. S.] 8vo. [4334 

© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448039; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Bells of Washington-; words by Ed- 
mond S. Meany, music by Carl Paige 
Wood [of U. S.] Seattle, Craig mu- 
sic press. [4335 
© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445817 ; University book store, Se- 
attle. 

Beneath the twilight skies ; words 
by M. U. Harvey, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [4336 

. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919 ; E 445037 ; 
Mary Upshur Harvey, Newport News, 
Va. 



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4356 



Benedetta (La) ; polka, by Giuseppe 
Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn] ; instrumental. [4337 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444937; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 
Bengal Bay ; words bv Roy Turk, mu- 
sic by Bert Grant [of U. S.] [4338 
© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1919 ; E 443751 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 
Beppino rubacori; rispetto, musica di 
Mario Pieraccini [of Italy] (Im- 
pressioni campestri Toscane, no. 8) 

[4339 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 

1919; E 446174; G. Ricordi & co., 

Milan. 

Berceuse; by Wilson Manhire [of 

Great Britain] ; violin and piano. 

[4340 

© Mar. 7, l»19 ; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919 ; 

E 446011; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Berceuse mignonne ; di Vincenzo Billi 

[of Italy] op. 293 ; piccola orch. con 

piano. 4to. (Films musicali, no. 

117091) [4341 

© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 

E 446145 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Better (The) 'ole; selection, arr. by 
Arthur Lange [of U. S.] ; orch., piano 
ace. [4342 

© Mar. 29, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1919 ; E 445719 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



piano. 



[4343 



© Mar. 10, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1919 ; E 443218 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Bevo (The) hound's dream; words 
and music by B. E. Taylor, jr. [of 
U. S.], arr. by Ernest Cutting [of 
U. S.] [4344 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444897; 
Bayard Eugene Taylor, jr., Oak 
Park, 111. 

Beyond earth's shadow ; words by J. 
J. Beck [pseud, of B. J. Bechtel], 
music by B. J. Bechtel [of U. S.] 

[4345 
© Feb. 18, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 445124; Elwood P. Lyon, Pasa- 
dena. 

Big drum, little drum; from Come 
along, words by Bide Dudley, music 
by John Snow Nelson [of U. S.] 

[4346 
© Mar. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 443808 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



Big yellow moon ; lullaby, words and 

music by Glad. Forster [of U. S.] 

4to. [4347 

© Apr. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 

E 445721 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Bill's mistake; words and music by 
R. R. Davidson [of U. S.] New York, 
William R. Haskins co., inc. [4348 
© Mar. 20, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1919; E 443567; Rebecca Robinson 
Davidson, Brooklyn. 

Birthplace (The) of sweet liberty; 
words by B. A. Ballat, music by J. F. 
Zimmermann [of U. S.] Philadel- 
phia, Terrace music co. [4349 
© Mar. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 
E 443661 ; Bertie A. Ballat, Philadel- 
phia. 

Black (The) devil rag; by C. C. Muth 

[of U. S.] ; piano. Chicago, C. C. 

Muth pub. co. [4350 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 

1919 ; E 443824 ; C. C. Muth, Chicago. 

Black (The) Yanks did their share ; 
words and music by M. D. Newsom 
[of U. S.] [4351 

© Mar. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1919 ; 
E 445586 ; Maude Dean Newsom, Chi- 
cago. 

Blarney (The) parade; march and 
one-step, by Sol Wolerstein, arr. by 
M. L. Lake [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Full 
orch.— 2. Military band. [4352, 4353 
© Feb. 14. 1919 ; 2 c. each Mar. 14, 
1919 ; E 443362, 443363 ; Carl Fischer, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Blessed be the Lord ; words from the 
Bible, music by R. H. Prutting [of 
U. S.] op. 11, no. 2; male voices. 
4to. (Choir music edition, no 81) 

[4354 
© Feb. 6. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443365 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Blessed is He; short anthem, words 
from Matthew xxi : 9, music by Louis 
Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 47, 
no. 8 ; mixed voices. (Octavo church 
music, no. 6747) [4355 

© Mar. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 24, 1919 ; 
E 445417; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Blessed Jesus once a baby. See 
Christmas songs for beginners, set 3. 

Blessing (The) of peace; anthem, 
words from Isaiah, music by E. S. 
Hosmer [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
with baritone solo. 4to. [4356 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 
E 445512 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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Blossom-time ; words and music bv E. 
C. Moffett [of U. S.] [4357 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443530; 
E. C. Moffett, Germantown, Pa. 

Blue (The) and the gold ; words by 
H. J., music by C. Range [of U. S.] 
4to. [4358 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444878; Carl Range, Brockton, 
Mass. 

Blue bells ; words by E. Myrtle Dunn, 
music by W. H. Dickhart [of U. S.] 
New York, Wm. C. Reid. [4359 

© Mar. 4. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 445005 ; Wallace Hoffner Dickhart. 
New York. 

Blue-eyed, blond-halred, heart-break- 
ing baby boll; one or two-step, by 
Cliff Hess and Sidney Mitchell, arr. 
by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[4360 
© Anr. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448064 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Bluebells and the heather; written 
and composed by Lawrence Barclay 
[of England] [4361 

© Feb. 13, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919 ; 
E 446029; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Bluffing Kaiser Bill ; words by W. A. 
Peterson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4362 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443881; 
W. A. Peterson, Banks, Id. 

Boat song; by E. L. Ashford [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [4363 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
E 443251; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Bocciuolo (II) di Maddalena; versi e 
musica di Oddo Oddi [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Emilio Genna- 
relli e c. 4to. [4364 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435978 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Bolero ; by Gregor Skolnik [of U. S.] ; 

violin and piano. [4365 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 

1919; E 445414; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. 

Bombay-blues ; words and music by R. 
B. McConnell [of U. S.] [4366 

© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1919; E 450044; 
Roland Bel McConnell, El Paso. 



Bon (The) bon buddy boys; words by 

Wm. Jerome, melody by Archie Got- 

tler [of U. S.] [4367 

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1919; E 443336; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Bone dry; march, by Brian Hooker 
and Porter Steele [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4368 
© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1919; E 445849; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Bonnie blue eyes ; waltz, by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Melodic 
echoes, no. 16063) [4369 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 11. 1919 ; 
E 443219; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Bons chanteurs en avant ; paroles et 
musique de F. David [of France] 
4to. [4370' 

© Nov. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1918 ; 
E 435921 ; Francois David, Gex, 
France. 

Boogie man ; words and music by G. L 
Bullock [of U. S.] [4371 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443129; 
Genevieve I. Bullock, Cleveland. 

Book of technical exercises ; by R. 
Garland [of U. S.] ; piano. [4372 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 450049; 
Ruth Garland, New York. 

Bouquet (The) ; words tr. from the 
Russian of Yelichko (after Hafiz) 
by Constance Purdy [of U. S.], mu- 
sic by Achilles Alpheraky, op. 16, no. 
5 ; high in A. [4373 

© Mar. 12, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445511; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation] 

Bourree; by Leopold Godowsky [of 
Austria, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano, four hands. (Miniatures,, 
seven ancient dances, no. 5) [4374 
© Sept. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 
E 445998; Carl Fischer, New York. 

See also Stanford (C. V.) Three 

sketches. 

"Roy (The) from no man's land; 
words and music by G. J. Schratz [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4375 
© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443288 ; George John Schratz, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Boy scouts patrol; march, by O. Mil- 
ler [of U. S.] ; piano. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Miller pub. co. [4376 

- © Dec. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1918 ; 
E 445199 ; Oscar Miller, Brooklyn. 



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no. 4, 1919 



4395 



Boys are bad, girls too are naughty, 
there is no diffekence between the 
two ; words and music by J. W. Our- 
adnik [of U. S.] [4377 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919 ; E 4449SS ; J, 
W. Ouradnik, Kewaunee, Wis. 

Boys (The) are coming home again; 
words by P. Pahm, music by Artie 
Bowers [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors and composers service co. 

[4378 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443494; 
Fannie Fahm, Brunswick, Ga. 

Boys (The) are marching on; words 
by Mrs. M. H. Davis, music by Artie 
Bowers [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors & composers service co. [4379 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445303; 
Mrs. M. H. Davis, Inman, S. C. 

Boys (The) cannot all come back; 

words by M. R. Butler, melody bv R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [4380 

■ © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445395; 

Mary Robards Butler, Franklin, Ind. 

Boys (The) have made it better now ; 

words by E. Gray, music by J. E. 

Andino [of U. S.] [4381 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919; E 444993; 

Elnora Gray, Irwin, Va. 

Boys (The) in blue; words by A. Mc- 
Gavin, sr., music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4382 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445682; 
A. McGavin, sr., Edmonton, Canada. 

Boys (The) in khaki ; words by L. E. 
Laughner, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music co. [4383 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444804; L. E. Laughner, 
Legonier, Pa. 

Boys, we are proud of you ; words and 
music by Niel O'Brien [of U. S.] 

[4384 
© Mar. 14, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1919; E 445086; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Boys we're not the only ones called 
to battle ; words and music by K. G. 
Clark [of U. S.] [4385 

© Feb. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 24 1919 ; 
E 443195; Kittie G. Clark, Lodge- 
pole, S. D. 

Same. [4386 

© Mar. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1919 ; 
E 443477; Kittie G. Clark, Lodge- 
pole, S. D. 



Boys (The) who always prove true; 
words and music by I. Brownlow [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4387 
© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443293; Ida Brownlow, Berrien 
Springs, Mich. 

Brave boys you're welcome home; 

words by James H. Flattery, music 

by R. Halle [of U. S.] [4388 

© Apr. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 

E 448086; Roger Halle, New York. 

Brave men in khaki; words by C. 

Kincaid, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [438<> 

© 1 c. Mar 12, 1919; E 445032; 

Carrie Kincaid, De Witt, Mich. 

Bravest of the brave; march, by 
George Gay [of England] ; reed and 
brass band. 4to. [4390 

© Mar. 10, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 446348 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Braw braw lads. See McEwen (Rob- 
ert) Two Scots folk songs. 

Break forth into joy ; Easter anthem. 
Biblical text, music by Vernon Eville 
[of U. S.] ; mixed, voices. 4to. (Sa- 
cred quartettes, anthems, etc., no. 
1295) [4391 

© Apr. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 
E 448055; Boosey & co., New York. 

Breathing out blood, breathing out 
vengeance ; third choral ode from 
Electra, music by C. S. Skilton [of 
U. S.] 4to. [4392 

© Mar. 31, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1919 ; 
E 443948; Charles S. Skilton, Law- 
rence, Kan. 

Bridal maids ; mazurka, by A. M. 
Cohen [of U. S.] ; 1st violin. [4393 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1919; E 448109; 
Arthur M. Cohen, New York. 

Bright eyes I love you so ; words and 
music by F. A. Ryan [of U. S.] 

[4394- 

© Apr. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 445917; Frank A. Ryan, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

Brighten up the world with prayer ; 
words by M. A. Harris, music by G* 
J. Dawson [of U. S.] [4395 

© Mar. 10, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444918; M. Alfred Harris- 
and Geo. J. Dawson, Washington. 



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Bring back my soldier boy to me: 

lyric and music by H. A. Blachman 

[of U. S.] [4396 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1919; E 445600; 

Harry Allen Blachman, Cleveland. 

Bring back my sweetheart from 
France; words and music by R. S. 
Barbella and A. Calenda [of U. S.] 

[4397 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445655; 
R. S. Barbella and Al. Calenda, New 
York. 

Bring back the boys from over there ; 
words and music by L. G. D'Arens- 
bourg [of U. S.] [4398 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443817; Lodoiska Gardette 
D'Arensbourg, New Orleans. 

Bring me a dream of Y r ou ; words and 
music by D. A. Peterson [of U. S.], 
arr. by Arthur Ward [of U. S.] 

[4399 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1919; E 445567; 
David A. Peterson, Minneapolis. 

Bring to me the cup ; words by R. N. 
Hass, melody bv M. Peree [pseud, of 
Mrs. P. B. Robinson, of U. S.] 

[4400 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444884; 
Russell N. Haas, Middleburg, Pa. 

Broadway^ one-step ; or two step, by J. 
L. King [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band.— 
2. Orch. [4401, 4402 

© Mar. 28, 1919; 2 c. each Apr. 
4, 1919 ; E 445828, 445829 ; King pub. 
house, Canton, O. 

Broken (A) heart; words by G. 
Sutherland, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4403 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445383; 
Gladys Sutherland, Newkirk, Okl. 

Brookland road ; words by Rudyard 
Kipling, music by Martin Shaw [of 
Great Britain] (Curwen's edition, 
no. 2134) [4404 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 435930; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Bubbles ; from The velvet lady, lyric 
by Henry Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert [of U. S.] [4405 

© Mar. 25, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1919 ; E 443710 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Buddie ; words bv M. A. Smith, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4406 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443864; 
Mark A. Smith, Yonkers, N. Y. 



Bullfighter (The) ; written and com- 
posed by Harry Castling and Fred. 
W. Leigh [of England] [4407 

© Jan. 31, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919 ; 
E 446026; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Bull-sheviki : wild rushin' one step, 
bv Ivan Kenbrockovitch [of U. S.], 
arr. bv William C. Polla [of U. S.] ; 
violin. 4to. [4408 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443568; 
Kendis Broekman music co., inc., 
New York. 

Burmah moon ; words and music by 
Gitz Rice [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at New York] [4409 
© Mar. 13. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1919; E 445188; Henry Burr music 
Corp., New York. 

Burning out is the sunset's red 
flame ; words tr. from the Russian 
of Y. Kulchinsky, by Constance 
Purdy [of U. S.], music by Mili 
Balakireff; in F sharp. [4410 

© Mar. 12, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445510; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
English translation] 

But one of thy jewels ; romanza, 
from The temple dancer, words by 
Jutta Bell-Ranske. music by J. A. 
Hugo [of U. S.] ; high voice. [4411 
© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 443658; John Adam Hugo, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Buttercups ; by W. M. George [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [4412 

© Mar. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443931; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Butterfly (The) and the storm; air 
de "ballet by Leo Thomas Croke [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [4413 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1919 : 
E 446231 ; Robertson Murdoch music 
co., London. 

Butterfly love ; words and music by 
R. C. Rodger s [of U. S.] (Up stage 
and down, no. 3) [4414 

© Mar. 8. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 21. 1919 ; 
E 445254; Richard C. Rodgers, New 
York. 

Buy more bonds till the last boy 
comes home; words by D. Portnoy, 
melodv by Harold Dixon [of U. S.] 

[4415 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919; E 445020; 
David B. Portnoy, St. Louis. 



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4435 



By a home-fire burning, there's a 
vacant chair ; words by G. W. Bish- 
ing, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4416 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443887; 
Gains W. Bishing, Lehighton, Pa. 

By golly, it's Dolly; from Oh, don't 
Dolly, words by Lawrence Barclay, 
music by H. H. Shaw [of Great 
Britain] [4417 

© Mar. 24, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919 ; E 446226 ; West & co., London. 

By the campfire ; by Percy Wenrich 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [4418 

© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1919 ; 

E. 444864 ; Leo Feist inc., New York. 

By the Marne he now sleeps ; words 
by E. Eark, melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[4419 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444889; 
Fred Eark, Ridgedale, Canada. 

By the waters of Minnetonka ; an 
Indian love song, by Thurlow Lieur- 
ance [of U. S.], arr. by Howard H. 
Hanson [of U. S.] ; cello and piano. 

[4420 
© Mar. 18. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1919; E 443439; Tlieo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Bye-lo ; words and music by Ray 
Perkins [of U. S.] [4421 

© Apr. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 445951; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Bye-lo-bye my baby dear; words and 
music by Marie Annette [i. e., M. A. 
Nettelhorst of U. S.], arr. by Harry 
Alford [of U. S.] [4422 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445436; 
Marie Annette Nettelhorst, Chicago. 

Cadute (Le) ; versi di G. Bianchi, 
musica di G. del Yecchio [of Italy] ; 
niand. ace. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli 
e c. 4to. [4423 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435981 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Cairo ; words by P. Kramer, melodv by 
Lou Handin [of U. S.] [4424 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1919; E 448051; 
Peter Kramer, Brooklyn. 

Cake ( The ) walk jazz ; from All 
down South, words by Sidney 
Wakum. music by Carlton Wheeler, 
[of U. S.] [4425 

© Apr. 4. 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445835; Bloch & Wheeler music 
co., Seattle. 



Calendar cycle of rote songs ; words 
and music by E. Hesser [of U. S.]' 
4to. [4426- 

© Mar. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 
E 448070; Ernest Hesser, Bowling; 
Green, O. 

California twilight; reverie; mand. 
duo [and] Waltz Iris ; mand. solo : 
by G. Muder [of U. S.] [4427 

© Mar. 1, 1919; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1919; 
E 443911; George Stannard, Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

Call (The) ; words and music by Os- 
car Buckley St. John [of U. S.] 

[4428 

© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1919; E 448121; 

O. B. St. John, South Norwalk, Conn. 

Call of nations over there, to Uncle 
Sam ; words by A. Larrowe, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4429' 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445380; 
Alice Larrowe, Spencer, Wis. 

Call (The) of the sea; words by 
M. E. Ireland, music by J. E. Anclino 
[of U. S.] [4430 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445658; 
Mary E. Ireland, Washington. 
Call (The) to the colors ; words and 
music by Mrs. S. Van Ness [of XL 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4431 

© Feb. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444293 ; Mrs. Sam Van Ness, Con- 
stantine, Mich. 

Camouflage; or, The tale of the sor- 
rowful sniper, words by C. W. Cundy, 
music by Pauline Wilton [of Eng- 
land] ; piano with text. (Musical 
monologues, no. 181) [4432 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1919 ; 
E 446319; Reynolds & co., London. 

Campanella (La) ; versi e musica di 
Americo Giuliani [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 
4to. [443^ 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435984 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Camporeale bello ; polka, by Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] ; instrumental. [4434 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444933; 

Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Can the world forget ; words by N. T. 
Harper, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4435 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445686; 
N. T. Harper, Eloise, Mich. 



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Can you foeget; words by M. Mars- 
den, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4436 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1919; E 445775; 
Marguerite Marsden, Roselle Park, 
N. J. 

Canada in khaki ; march militaire, by 
Eleanor C. Murphy [of Canada] ; 
piano. [4437 

© Mar. 25, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 81, 
1919 ; E 448013 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Canadese (La) ; balla-bile, di G. In- 
genito [of Italy] ; mand. Naples, 
Emilio Gennarelli e c. 4to. [4438 
© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435985 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Canadian wedding march ; by Clar- 
ence Lucas [of U. S.] ; organ. [4439 
© Mar. 19, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1919 ; E 443843 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Canadienne (La) ; chanson-marche, 
paroles de L. Bousquet, musique de 
Henri Mailfait [of France] [4440 
© Feb. 27, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1919; E 446284; Louis Bousquet, 
Paris. 

Canoe-time; words by C. L. Werner, 
music by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] 

[4441 
© 1 c. Mar 29, 1919; E 445653; 
Chas. L. Werner, Detroit. 

Can't get away feom it ; words by H. 
Janes, melody by B. Frank [of 
U. S.] [4442 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919; E 445278; 
Henry Janes and Babb Frank, Mil- 
waukee. 

.Can't sleep blues ; words and music 
by W. H. Miller [of U. S.] [4443 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1919; E 443950; 
"William Henry Miller, Gary, Ind. 

Cantalanotte (II) (The night 
singer) ; words by G. A. Siragusa, 
music by Philip Siragusa [of Italy] 

[4444 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1919; E 448088; 
G. A. Siragusa, Van Nest, N. Y. 

Cantar (El) de los Moros ; by 
Gregor Skolnik [of U. S.] 1. Violin 
and piano. 2. Violoncello and piano. 
[4445, 4446 
© Mar. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. each Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 443771, 443772 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 



Canteen giel; from The canteen girl, 
words by The boys, music by P. 
Charig [of U. S.] [4447 

© Mar. 19, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1919; 1 443564; Phil Charig, New 
York. 

Canteebury bells ; words by Donovan 
Parsons, music by Reginald Royce 
[of England] [4448 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 
E 446347; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Canto del pescatoee. See Paradiso 
dei bambini. 

Canzona semplice; versi e musica di 
E. A. Mario [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, E. A. Mario. 8vo. (Piedi- 
grotta 1918, no. 641.) [4449 

© May 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1919 ; 
E 446105; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Canzona sueeentina ; versi di G. 
Tetamo, musica di G. Spagnolo [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, F. Bideri. 
4to. [4450 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435971 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Canzone (La) della eoetuna ; versi 
di E. A. Mario, musica di C. Fanti 
[of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, E. 
A. Mario. 8vo. (Piedigrotta, 1918, 
no. 633) [4451 

© May 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1919 ; 
E 446095; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Capelli beuni; versi e musica di G. 
Armando Bosso [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, E. Gennarelli e c. 4to. 

[4452 
© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435974; Italian book co., New 
Y r ork. 

Capeiccietto ; by R. F. Grover [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. [4453 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919; E 445110; 

Robert Frederick 'Grover, Los 

Angeles. 

Capeice chinois ; by Cyril Scott [of 

England] ; piano. [4454 

© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1919 ; E 446060 ; Elkin & co., London. 

Captain Moegan's maech ; tune. See 

Back from the battle. 
Caeavan Rose; words and melody by 

L..A. Harvey [of U. S.] [4455 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445528; 
Leroy Alonzo Harvey, Chicago. 



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4472 



Cargoes. See Martin (Easthope) Five 
poems. 

Carina-polka; by Berardo Sbraccia 
(.of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
accordeon. (Musica per armonica & 
piano, serie prima, no. 101-A) [4456 
© Mar. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 11, 1919*, 
E 450090; Orpheus music pub. co., 
New London, Conn. 

Castle (The) goblin; scherzo, by 
Mathilde Bilbro [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4457 
•© Mar. 18. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1919; E 443435; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Castle (The) on the hill; written 
by J. F. Lambe, composed by Ernee 
Woodville [of England] [4458 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 446131; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

Cathedral chimes in Honolulu; by 
Rose F. Rogers [of U. S.] ; steel guit. 
solo, ukelele and guit. ace. (Cover 
title: Cathedral chimes) [4459 

© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443913 ; George Stannard, Trenton, 
N. J. 

Cavalieee (II) della morte; parole 
di Gabriele d'Annunzio, musica di 
Adolf o Gandino [of Italy] (Dodici 
liriche, no. 9) [4460 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1919; E 446157; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Cavalry; march, by A. M. Cohen [of 
U. S.] ; 1st violin. [4461 

© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1919; E 448108; 
Arthur M. Cohen, New York. 

Cavatina; by Carl Bohm, op. 314, no. 
2, arr. by H. F. Odell [of U. S.] ; full 
mand. orch. [4462 

© Jan. 30, 1919 : 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443350; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Cave (The) ; words by Elizabeth K. 

Reynolds, music by Edwin Schneider 

[of U. S.] ; in D. [4463 

© Apr. 3. 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 

E 448058 ; Boosey & co., New York. 

Century fox trot ; by R. F. Edwards 

and Roy Mack [of U. S.], arr. by 

R. F. Edwards; piano. [4464 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1919; E 443391; 

Ray Frank Edwards, Chicago. 



Cercate la donna; versi di G. Garo- 
falo, musica di F. S. Cataldo [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, E. A. 
Mario. 8vo. [4465 

© May 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1919 ; 
E 446103; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Ceux qui pieusement sont morts pour 
la patrie; poesie de Victor Hugo, 
musique de Gaston Schindler [of 
France] ; choeur ad lib. [4466 

© Feb. 27, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1919 ; E 446283 ; E. Coutarel, Paris. 

Chair (The) by the hearthstone; 
words by E. Babcock, music by Artie 
Bowers [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors & composers service co. [4467 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443653; 
Edna Babcock, Waterbury, Conn. 

Chanson d'amour; melodie, di Vin- 
cenzo Billi [of Italy], op. 305; pic- 
cola orch. con pf. 4to. (Films 
musicali, no. 117093) [4468 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1919; E 446144; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Chanson populaire; by W. Aletter, 
arr. by Julius S. Seredy [of U. S.]. 
mand. arr. by L. Tocaben [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. with pts. for full mand. 
orch. (Progressive orchestra edi- 
tion, no. 57) [4469 
© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443353 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chanson russe; a Russian fantasie, 
by S. Smith, arr. by J. J. Kammen 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [4470 

© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1919 ; 
E 445022 ; Saul Schenker, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement] 

Chant de victoire; po£sie et musique 

de F. David [of France] 4to. [4471 

© Jan. 29, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435922; Frangois David, Gex, 

France. 

Chant du laboureur ; melodie, par 
Lucien Farjall, arr. par H. Mouton 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. (Collection orches- 
trina, no. 13) [4472 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 446074; G. Ricordi et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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Chablotintin ; a new film step, from 
Pa-ri-ki-ri, paroles par Leo Diensis, 
musique par Louis Hillier [of 
France] [4473 

© Dec. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 
E 446196 ; Hachette & co., Paris. 

Chabms (The) of Floeemel; har. by 
Samuel Endicott [of U. S.] ; low 
voice. [4474 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1919 ; E 443722 ; Charles W. Homeyer 
& co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonizing] 

Chasing btjtteeflies ; by Norwood 
Dale [of U. S.] ; piano. (In fields 
and woods, no. 16142) [4475 

© Mar. 18, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1919; E 443441; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 

Chateau-Thieeby ; march and one- 
step, by E. Mahoney [of U. S..1 ; 
piano. [4476 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 : 
E 444656; Eddie Mahoney, Boston. 

Cheee, cheee, cheee foe the Yan- 
kees, THE BEST MEN ON EAETH \ WOrdS 

by E. H. Boyce, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4477 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1919; E 445150; 
E. H. Boyce, Odessa, Mo. 

words by E. S. S. Huntington, 

music by E. H. Boyce [of U. S.] 

[4478 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1919; E 445839; 
E. H. Boyce, Odessa, Mo. 

Cheee the boys ; words by Wm. J. 
Robertson, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North Ameri- 
can music co. [4479 
© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 448005; Mrs. J. Robertson, 
Rumford, Me. 

Chevatjchee cosaque; de Felix Four- 
drain, arr. par H. Mouton [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. (Collection orchestrina, 
no. 16) 4480 

© Jan. 16, 1919 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1919 ; 
E 446077; G. Ricordi et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chi tabdi abbiva ; stornello, musica di 
Mario Pieraccini [of Italy] (Impres- 
sioni campestri Toscane, no. 2) 

[4481 
© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1919; E 446180; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



Chicken (A) lay; words by J. C 

Sharp, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [4482 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1919; E 445780; 

Josiah C. Sharp, Seattle. 

Child of the flowing tide; words by 
Geoffrey Dearmer, music by Martin 
Shaw [of Great Britain] [4483 

© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 446018; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Childhood days ; words and music bv 

F. M. Bear [of U. S.] [4484 

© Mar. 11, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 

1919; E 443588; Frances Matson 

Bear, Los Angeles. 

Childben's (The) fete; by E. S. Hos- 
mer [of U. S.] ; piano. (Golden days, 
no. 16015) [4485 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
E 443229; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Child's dance ; by A. V. B. Wegner [of 
U. S.] op. 20, no. 7; piano. (Chil- 
dren's excursion) [4486 
© Mar. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 443762 ; Arthur V. B. Weg- 
ner, New York. 

Child's (A) night in song; twelve 
children's songs, verses by Mabel 
Livingston Frank, Heloise Davison 
and Elsie Jean Stern, music by 
Mana-Zucca [pseud, of Zuckermann, 
of U. S.] op. 27. [4487 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1919 ; 
E 445102; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Chimes (The) of victoby; words by 

N. Eastbridge, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4488 

© 1 c. April 9, 1919; E 445971; 

Nora Eastbridge, Spray, N. C. 

Chinese lily; melody fox trot, by J. 
Ferrante [of U. S.] [4489 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 450052; 
Joseph Ferrante, Chicago. 

Chiyon, mein chiyon ; selection-di- 
concerto, words and music by Jacob 
S. Rosenberg (Ben Solem) [of U. S.], 
arr. by Emil Ginsburg; in G minor. 

[4490 
© Mar. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 
E 448007 ; R. G. pub. co., Cleveland. 

Chocolate babe; words by Louis E. 
Zoeller and Lockwood Lewis, music 
by Louis E. Zoeller [of U. S.]» arr. 
by Harry L. Cook [of U. S.] [4491 
© Mar. 29, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1919; E 445601; Zoeller music co., 
Louisville. 



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4506 



Chopin (Frederic Francois) Chopini- 
ana ; grand fantasie, consisting of ex- 
cerpts from famous compositions by 
F. F. Chopin, arr. by Lucius Hosmer 
[of U. S.] ; full orch. [4492 

© Feb. 28. 1919; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1919; E 443356; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

■ Romance ; from Concerto in E 

minor, by F. Chopin, op. 11, arr. by 
Frederick L. Hatch [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Popular classics, no. 16178) [4493 
© Mar. 18, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1919, 1 c. Mar 24, 1919; E 445518; 
Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia. 
(Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment and editing.] 

Sonate ; par Fr. Chopin, op. 4, 

nouvelle ed. revue et doigtee par L. 
Diemer [of France]; piano, en ut 
mineur. (Edition nationale fran- 
caise pantheon >des pianistes, no. 
1078) [4494 

© Dec. 13. 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 446206; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
edition revue et doigtee] 

op. 35, nouvelle ed. revue et 



doigtee par L. Diemer [of France] ; 
piano, en si bemol mineur. (Edition 
national francaise pantheon des 
pianistes, no. 1079) [4495 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 446207; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
edition revue et doigtee] 



op. 58, nouvelle ed. revue et 

doigtee par L. Diemer^ [of France] ; 
piano, en si mineur. (Edition nation- 
ale francaise pantheon des pianistes, 
no. 1080) [4496 

© Dec. 13. 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 446208; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
edition revue et doigtee] 

— Tarantelle; by Chopin-Glazounow, 
op. 43. rearr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. [4497 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443376; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Chopiniana. 

Francois) 



See Chopin (Frederic 



Chorale. See Third suite. 



Christ in Flanders ; quartet, words 
by Gordon Johnstone, music by 
Ward-Stephens, arr. by Clarence Lu- 
cas [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Mixed Voices. 
2. Male voices. 3. Female voices. 

[4498-4500 

© Mar. 24. 1919 ; 2 c. each Mar. 25, 

1919; E 443836-443838; Chappell & 

co., ltd., London. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Christ in Gethsemane ; words anon., 
music arr. by A. L. Byers [of U. S.] 

[4501 

© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 

E 450121 ; A. L. Byers, Anderson, Ind. 

Christ our Passover ; Easter anthem, 
words from Romans and 1 Corinth- 
ians, music by George B. Nevin [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [4502 

© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 
E 445509 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Christ that all this world did make ; 
words adapted from an early English 
hymn, music by Rutland Boughton 
[of Great Britain] ; mixed voices. 
(In Motherland song book, v. 1, no. 
12) [4503 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 446123 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Christ, the Lord, is ris'n to-day ; 
anthem, music by J. Lincoln Hall [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Easter 
anthems for church choirs, no. 283) 

[4504 
© Mar. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 
E 443S35 ; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Christian (A) soldier's dying words ; 
words by W. McKean, music by 
Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] New 
York, Authors & composers service 
co. [4505 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445320; 
Willie McKean, Plain City, O. 

Christmas bells. See Christmas 
songs for juniors, set 3. 

Christmas dawn ; duet, words by 
E. M., music by Percy C. Buck [of 
Great Britain] ; sop. I and II. 4to. 
(Curwen's edition, no. 71516) [4506 
© Feb. 17, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 27, 1919 ; 
E 435937; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Christmas fairies. See Kute kiddie 
songs for Christmas. 

Christmas helpers. See Christmas 
songs for beginners, set 3. 

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pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Christmas songs for beginners ; set 3, 
words by E. E. Hewitt, Lizzie De Ar- 
mond and C. H. L., music by C. Har- 
old Lowden [of U. S.] 8vo. Con- 
tents : Beautiful bells. — Christmas 
helpers. — Far away. — O how we love 
Him. — Blessed Jesus once a baby. 

[4507 
© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448036 ; Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia. 

Christmas songs for juniors ; set 3, 
words by Lizzie De Armond and E. S. 
Tillotson, music bv C. Harold Low- 
den [of U. S.] 8vo. Contents : Pil- 
grims of the night. — King over all. — 
Christinas bells. [4508 

© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448037 ; Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia. 

Christmas songs for primary chil- 
dren ; words by E. E. Hewitt, music 
by Ella G. Richdale and C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] ; set 3. 8vo. Con- 
tents : Jesus came. — When we kiss 
good-night. — Glory to Jesus. — Our 
waving flags. [4509 

© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448042 ; Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia. 

Cigaret (The) from home; from Over 
and back, lyrics by Daniel Aloysius 
Lord, music by John Francis Quinn 
[of U. S.] St. Louis, Odeon. [4510 
© Feb. 27, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 
E 445290 ; St. Louis univ., St. Louis. 

Cinderella at the prince's ball; by 
Myrtle Church Hopkirk [of U. S.] 
op. 5, no. 6 ; piano. ( Six characteris- 
tic pieces, no. 6) [4511 
© Mar. 19, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 24, 1919 ; 
E 445551 ; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. 

Ciocia z Ameryki ; words and music by 
A. Jax [of U. S.] [4512 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1919 ; E 443956 ; An- 
ton Jax, Chicago. 

Ciribiribin ; waltz by A. Pestalozza, 
arr. by J. J. Kammen [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Brooklyn, N. Y., J. J. Kam- 
men. [4513 
© Mar. 21, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 
E 445866 ; J. J. Kammen & co., Brook- 
lyn. 

Clarinet marmalade; one step, two 
step or trot, by Larry Shields and 
H. W. Ragas [of U. S.], arr. by Leroy 



Clarinet marmalade — Continued. 
Walker [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 
4to. [4514 

© Mar. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443334 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Clarke (Jeremiah) Ayre (An) [and] 
March : by J. Clarke, revived by 
Alec Rowley [of England] ; piano. 
(Early English harpsichord music, 
no. 1) [4515 

© Sept. 19, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435940; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision.] 

Classiques (Les) favoris; morceaux 
choisis, doigtes, accentues et classes 
progressivement, par Th. Lack [of 
France] ; piano, v. 6-8. (Edition 
nationale franchise, pantheon des 
pianistes, no. 1073, 1134, 1140). 

[4516-4518 

© Dec. 13, 1918; 1 c. each Mar. 
25, 1919; E 446218-446220; Henry 
Lemoine & co., Paris. Copyright is 
claimed on fingering, accenting and 
arrangement.] 

Clementi (M.) Six sonatines; par M. 
Clementi, op. 36, 37, 38 ; ed. revue et 
doigtee par Th. LacT^ [of France] ; 
piano. l er . livre. (Edition nation- 
ale f rancaise, pantheon des pianistes, 
no. 1142.) [4519 

© Dec. 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919 ; 
E 446217; Henry Lemoine & co., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and fingering.] 
Cobbler (The) ; or, Helping the home 
folks, words and music by V. A. 
Pentz [of U. S.] [4520 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443622; 
Viola Adelaide Pentz, Hamburg, 
Conn. 

Coeur d'Alene; valse de salon, by A. 
Treumann [of U. S.] ; piano. [4521 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; E 444368 ; A. 
Treumann, Spokane, Wash. 

Colonel (The) ; march, by T. J. Ryan 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Medford, Mass., 
Wellington music co. [4522 

© Apr. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 
E 448072 ; Thomas J. Ryan, Welling- 
ton, Mass. 

Color di rosa ; versi e musica di E. A. 
Mario [of Italy] ; mand. ace. Na- 
ples, E. A. Mario. 8 vo. [4523 
© May 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1919 ; 
E 446102; Italian book co., New 
York. 



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no. 4, 1919 



4541 



Colorado, the land of my dreams ; 

words and music by R. J. Pleasant 

[of U. S.] [4524 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1919; E 448089; 

Robert Jefferson Pleasant, Denver. 

Columbia; grand valse brillante; by 
Charles Mehling [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4525 
© Mar. 21, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1919 ; E 443996 ; M. Faulhaber & co., 
Chicago. 

Columbia welcomes you home ; march 
song, words by Charles A. Abbott, 
music by J. Tammany [of U. S.] 

[4526 
© Apr. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445831; James Tammany, Colum- 
bia, S. C. 

Combining the heavens and you ; 

words and melody by E. A. Lessem 

[of U. S.] [4527 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1919; E 445579; 

Elias A. Lessem, Brooklyn. 

Come along come along with me; 

words and music by W. A. King [of 

U. S.] [4528 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; E 445875 ; W. 

A. King, Johnstown, Pa. 

Come away death ; words from Shake- 
speare's Twelfth night, music by 
Don L. Burk [of U. S.] Rockford, 
111, A. G. Ogren music co. [4529 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443814; A. G. Ogren, Rock- 
ford, 111. 

Come back, come back victorious to 
me; words by J. M. Kordick, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. 4530 

© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444800; Jos. M. Kordick, 
Chicago. 

Come back my daddy, come back to 
me; words by J. Driscoll, music by 
Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors and composers service co. 

[4531 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443505; 
J. Driscoll, Camden, N. J. 

Come back to me ; from Monte Cristo 
jr., lyric by Harold Atteridge, mu- 
sic by Sigmund Romberg and Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.] [4532 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1919; E 445286; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



Come home my boy ; words and music 

by J. McKinstry [of U. S.] [4533 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919; E 444949; 

Jennie McKinstry, Middletown, 

Conn. 

Come kiss, and let's make up again ; 

words by J. D. Couton, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [4534 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445394; 

J. D. Couton, Salt Lake City. 

Come live with me ; words by Christo- 
pher Marlowe from Shepherds song, 
music by Louise Ay res Garnett [of 
U. S.] ; no. 1 in D. [4535 

© Apr. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 
E 448056 ; Boosey & co., New York. 

Come on dad ; opera, words by Milton 
Marx, Donald PI. Haines and Ken- 
drick Kimball, music by A. J. Gor- 
netzky, F. C. Bell, Philip Diamond, 
G. H. Roderick and M. W. Kami fof 
U. S.] [4536 

© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 
D 19899; University of Michigan 
union, Ann Arbor. 

Come with welcome ; chorus, and song 
I do not know, from the musical play 
Monsieur Beaucaire, words by Ad- 
rian Ross, music by Andre Messager 
[of France] 4to. [4537 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 446031; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Coming home; words and music by 
Mrs. A. E. Leslie [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [4538 

© Mar. 6, 1919 : 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443304; Mrs. A. E. Leslie, Terre 
Haute, Ind. 

words and music by S. D. Pfersick 

[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [4539 

© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 
E 445911: Sarah Douglas Pfersick. 
New Britain, Conn. 

Coming (The) of lasting peace; 

words by C. Schatz, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4540 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445361; 

Clara Schatz, Hemet, Cal. 

Commandment (The) keepin' ; words 

by L. Murphy, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4541 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919; E 445269; 

Lucy Murphy, Rochester, Ind. 

COMPLAINTE DE LA PASSION. See Ail\S 

et chansons de France. 



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4542 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Compositions ; by A. Maggio [of U. S.l 

op. 19-22 ; instrumental. Contents : 

Valse, 1, 2, 3 and marcia. [4542 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1919; E 443939; 

Antonio Maggio, New Orleans. 

Confession of the heart (Confessione 
del cuore) ; waltz, by Spiros N. Sa- 
frithis [of U. S.] ; 1st and 2nd mand. 
and guit. [4543 

■© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 ; 
E 445283; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Conqueror (The) ; march, by H. 
Wormsbacher [of U. S.] op. 64; 1 
and 2 zither, alt. and 1 and 2 violin. 

[4544 
© Feb. 24, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 
E 444620; Henry Wormsbacher, 
Cleveland. 

Conseguenze; versi di G. Garofalo, 

musica di F. S. Cataldo [of Italy] ; 

mand. ace. 8vo. [4545 

© Sept. 1, 1918 : 1 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 

E 446005 ; E. A. Mario, Naples. 

Constance; theme and romance, by 
Earnest S. Golden [of U. S.] ; piano 
and orch. [4546 

© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1919 ; 
E 443410 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. 

Constructive and interpretive piano 
technic ; by Lena Wheeler Chambers 
[of U. S.] [4547 

© Feb. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1919 : 
aff. Feb. 21, 1919 ; A 511860 ; Gamble 
hinged music co., Chicago. 

Contemplazione ; versi di V. Gubitosi, 
musica di E. A. Mario [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. 8vo. (Piedigrotta, 1918. 
no. 627) [454S 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
.E 446004 ; E. A. Mario, Naples. 

Contra danza ; part n, by Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] ; instrumental. [4549 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1919; E 444920; 

Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Cootie comrade; words by William 
Chauncey Brigham, music by Artie 
Bowers [of U. S.] New York. Au- 
thors & composers service co. [4550 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443629; 
Lavinia A. Small, Colorado Springs, 
Col. 

Cooties (The) ; words and melody bv 
J. L. Shearer [of U. S.] [4551 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1919; E 443204; 
James L. Shearer, Elizabeth, N. J. 



Cop Cupid's arrest ; words by S. A. 
Huckaby, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[4552 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1919; E 445730; 
Sarah Alma Huckaby, Houston. 

Core 'e pate ; versi di G. E. Pasqua- 
lotto, musica di German Quaranta 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
mand. ace. 4to. New York, E. Rossi. 

[4553 
© Mar. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1919 ; 
E 443401 ; Gaetano Esposito Pasqua- 
lotto, New York. 

Core napulitano ; si me ricordo Na~ 
pule, versi di Eduardo Scala, musica 
di G. Bonincontro [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 
4to. [4554 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 435975 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Cortege de prixtemps ; paroles de 
Pierre d'Amor, musique de V. de 
Labarque [of France] [4555 

© Feb. 12. 1919; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1919 ; E 446263 ; Victor de Labarque, 
Paris. 

Coucou (Le) (The cuckoo) ; by Anton 
Arensky, op. 34, no. 2, arr. by Chas. 
J. Roberts [of U. S.] ; full orch., 
piano-conductor. [4556 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443373 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Could you love me a little better, if 

I HAD BEEN OVER THERE ; WOl'dS by H. 

E. Zink, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4557 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445367; 
H. E. Zink, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Counter (The) attack; march, by 
Sedgwick Smith [of U. S.] ; 2 mand., 
guit. and piano ace, ten. mandola, 
mando cello and mando bass. 

[4558 
© Mar. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443916 ; George Stannard, Trenton, 
N. J. 

Country dance; .See Cox (Cynthia 
C.) Six little pieces. 

Courage song; words by Emma Gard- 
ner, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, North American music 
co. [4559 

•© Dec. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444799 ; Emma Gardner, Sel- 
ma, Iowa. 



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4576 



Cox (Cynthia C.) Six little pieces; by 
C. C. Cox [of Great Britain] ; pf. 
(Album series) Contents: When 
summer comes. — Lullaby. — Ea stern 
dance. — The wooden doll tries to 
dance. — Rather sad. — Country dance. 

[4560 
© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 435944; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

■Cradle song ; from the opera Pskovity- 
anka, words tr. from the Russian of 
L. Mei, by Robert H. Hamilton [of U. 
S.], music by Nikolas Rimsky-Kor- 
sakoff , op. 2, no. 3 ; in D flat. 

[4561 

© Mar. 21, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 

1919; E 445508; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

English version] 

See also second suite. 

Create in me a clean heart, O Lord ; 
sacred song, words from the Psalms, 
music by Franklin Riker [of U. S.] ; 
high voice, in F. [4562 

© Feb. 21, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 445507; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Croon (A) ; two-part song, words, an 
old cradle song, music by Herbert 
Howells [of Great Britain] op. 11, 
no. 3 ; sop. and alto. 4to. (Curwen's 
edition, no. 71519) [4563 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 446254; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Cross of red on white ; words by 
Ernest W. Andrews, music by W. E. 
G. Tisdaie [of England, domiciled at 
Huron, S. D.] [4564 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 443802; 
William Edward Gray Tisdaie, Hu- 
ron, S. D. 

Cry baby; lyric by Garfield Kilgour 
and Sophie Tucker, music bv Al. 
Siegel [of U. S.] [4565 

© Apr. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 445990; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Csardas: arr. by John Fischer [of 
Hungary, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano. 1. Frissen (Fast).— 2. Lassu 
(Slow). [4566,4567 

© 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1919; E 
443398, 443399 ; H. F. Schelling, New 
York. 

Hungary, by Leopold Godow- 

sky [of Austria, domiciled at New I 

27 



Csardas — Continued. 

York] ; piano, four hands. (Mina- 
tures, seven modern dances, no. 5) 

[4568 

© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 

E 450028; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Cubanola (The) ; words by H. L. Har- 
din, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4569 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445377; 
H. L. Hardin, Guantanamo Bay, 
Cuba. 

Cuculo ( II ) ; passeggiata campestre 
di Vincenzo Billi [of Italy] op. 322 ; 
oiccola orch. con pf. 4to. (Films 
musicali, no. 117097) [4570 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1919; E 446140; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Cupidon chasse; marche, paroles de 
Pierre d'Amor, musique de Victor de 
Labarque [of France] ; piano with 
text Paris, Ista-Beausier. 4to. 

[4571 
© Feb. 12, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1919 ; E 446259 ; Victor de Labraque, 
Paris. 

Cuvillier (Charles) Three summer 
songs ; words by Edward Tesche- 
macher, music by C. Cuvillier [of 
England] Contents: I crown you 
my beloved. — One happy thought. — 
Love before the summer goes. 

[4572 
© Mar. 3, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1919; E 446345; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Daa dee dum ; words and melody by 

Nat Vincent and Leon Flatow [of U. 

S.], arr. by L. Flatow. [4573 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1919; E 444867; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Daddy Long Legs ; words by Sam M. 
Lewis and Joe Young, music by 
Harry Ruby [of U. S.] [4574 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1919 ; E 443750 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Daddy's little boy ; words by Arthur 
Troostwyk, music by Mana-Zucca 
[pseud, of Zuckermann, of U. S.] op. 
39, no. 13 ; high in F. [4575 

© Mar. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1919 ; 
E 443993 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Daigah's dream ; Brazilian intermezzo, 
by Spencer Williams, arr. bv Frank 
E. Barry [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[4576 
© Jan. 23, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 
E 443755 ; C. A. Grimm, Chicago. 



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Daisy; words and melody by C. J. 
Alwood [of U. S.], arr. by Ruth New- 
man [of U. S.] [4577 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445577; 
Charles J. Alwood, Toledo, O. 

Damask kose ; reverie, by Ernest Dale 
[of Great Britain] ; pf. [4578 

© Feb. 28. 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 446133 ; Schott & co., London. 

Dance. See Mackenzie (A. C.) Three 
easy impromptus. 

Dance it again ; polka, by C. Woess 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [4579 

© 1 c Apr. 9, 1919; E 450037; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Dance oe the fairies ; by J. Lamont 
Galbraith [of U. S.] ; piano. [4580 
© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
E 443248; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Dance of the fireflies (Danse des 
feux follets) ; by S. B. Pennington 
[of U. S.] op. 21 ; piano. [4581 

© Mar. 19. 1919: 2 c Mar. 24, 
1919: E 445543; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Dance of the odalisk; by Maurice 

Arnold [of U. S.] ; piano. [4582 

© Mar. 18. 1919; 2 c. Mar. IS, 

1919: E 443437; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Dancing. See Matthay (Tobias) 
Five cameos for miniature players. 

Dandelion (The) ; two-part song, 
words by Frances Cornford. music 
by Henry G. Ley [of England] ; 
treble voices. 4to. (l T ear book press 
series of unison and part-songs, 
edited by Martin Akerman, no. 154) 

[4583 
© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919 : 
E 446190; H. F. W. Deane & sons, 
Year book press, ltd., London. 

Dans la savane; paroles de E. Bes- 
siere et G. Deleuze, musique de R. 
Moretti [of France] ; chant seul. 
4to. [4584 

© Feb. 12, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1919; E 446257; Raoul Moretti, 
Marseille, France. 

Danse barbare. See Finck (Herman) 
3 dances. 

Danse basque; by Theo. Henrion [of 
Belgium] ; piano. [4585 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1919 ; E 446064 ; 
Ina Henrion, Montreal, Canada. 



Danse egyptienne ; by Theo. Henrion 
[of Belgium] ; piano. [4586 

© lc. Mar. 18, 1919; E 446063; 
Ina Henrion, Montreal, Canada. 

Darktown discord harmony ball; 

words and music by F. Monroe [of 

U. S.] [4587 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1919; E 443954; 

Frank Monroe, Tacoma. 

Daughter of mine ; lyric by Sidney D. 

Mitchell, music by Archie Gottler 

[of U. S.] 4to. [4588 

© Apr. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 

E 445722 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



Mar. 10, 1919; E 
inc., New York . 



[4589 
444862 ; 



Same. 

© 1 c. 
Leo Feist, 

Dawn of a wonderful DzVy ; Easter 
service, words by Edith Sanford 
Tillotson. music by Ira B. Wilson [of 
U. S.] 8vo. [4590 

© Feb. 11, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
15. 1919 ; A 513582 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

■ Easter service, arr. by Ira B. 

Wilson [of U. S.] ; orch. sc. 4to. 

[4591 

© Feb. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1919 ; 

E 445177 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Dawn of love ; valse, by Alexandre 
Durand [of England] ; piano. [4592 
© Mar. 11, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1919 ; E 446295 ; Reid bros., ltd., Lon- 
don . 
Dawn (The) of peace; fantasia, by 
Auguste Cons [of England] ; piano. 

[4593 

© Mar. 19, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919 ; 

E 446112 ; Gould & Bolttler, London. 

Dawning (The) of a brand-new day; 
words by V. J. Anthony, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4594 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; E 443869 ; Vin- 
cent J. Anthony, Rochester, N. Y. 

Day break. See Redman (H. N.) 
Four songs. 

Day dreams ; words and music by E. S. 
S. Dinsmore [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [4595 

© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443278; Emily S. S. Dinsmore, 
Warren, O. 

Day (The) of glory comes; victory 
song, words and music by A. Post [of 
U. S.] [4596 

• © Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1919 ; 
E 445126 ; Augustus Post, New York. 



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Days (The) of long ago; a vocal 
reverie, words and music by W. E. 
White [of U. S.], arr. by Clarence H. 
Reed [of U. S.] Lansing, Mich., 
White-Reed music pub. co. [4597 

© Mar. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445803 ; Worden E. White, Lansing, 
Mich. 

De boogah man ; four-part chorus, 
words by Paul Laurence Dunbar, 
music by William J. McCoy [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. (8vo. cho- 
ruses, no. 6804) [459S 
© Mar. 11, 1919; 2 c. Mar. IT, 
1919; E 445101; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

De peofundis ; words by C. J. North, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4599 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919; E 443149; 

Chas. J. North, Buffalo. 

Deae faded eose; words by Dorian 
George, music by Dorothy Forster 
[of Great Britain] [4600 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1919 ; 
E 435952; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Deae haunting eyes ; written and 
composed by Jessie Shmith [of Aus- 
tralia] [4601 
© Nov. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 
E 446313 ; Allan & co., pty., ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Deae heaet aceoss the ocean ; words 
by A. L. McKinley, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4602 

© Dec. 28, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919 ; E 444794 ; Anne L. McKinley, 
Bolton, Canada. 

Deae heaet sweetheaet ; words by 
Harold Duvall, music by Mabel Hem- 
pie [of U. S.] (Cover title: Dear- 
hart) [4603 
© Mar. 10, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1919; E 444911; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Deae heaet you've kept yotje vow ; 

words by F. G. Sowell, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4604 

© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1919; E 445969; 

Frank G. Sowell, East Durham, N. C. 

Deae little giel that's why ; waltz 
ballad, words and music by Jack 
Crowley and L. Carroll Day [of 
U. S.] [4605 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443820; Crowley & Day, 
Portland, Oreg. 



Deae old France we bid you good-bye ; 

words by J. Vincent, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4606 

© 1 c. Mar. 29,1919; E 445637; 

John Vincent, Chicago. 

Dear Old Glory ; words by P. J. Tob- 
ler, music by Artie Bowers [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [4607 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443484; 
Philip J. Tobler, Chicago Heights. 

Dear old Tennessee ; words by W. A. 
Ross, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4608 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1919; E 445159; 
Walter A. Ross, Sebring, Ohio. 
Dear old Yankee land ; words by W. 
Worsley, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [4609 

© Mar. 12, 1919 ; E 445033 ; Wm. 
Worsley, Durban, Canada. 
Dear sweet memories ; by G. Catan- 
zaro [of U. S.] ; piano. [4610 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445809 ; Giovanni Catanzaro, Pitts- 
burg, Kans. 
Deaeie; do you miss me half as much 
as I miss you, words and music bv 
G. D. Pullman [of U. S.] [4611 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; E 443899 ; 
Grace D. Pullman, New York. 
Debout les moets ; scene drainatique, 
paroles de Georges de Bussy, musique 
de O. de Lagoanere [of Italy] [4612 
© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1919; E 446170; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 
Defile (Le) de la victoiee; marche, 
de E. Nelia [of France] ; piano. 

[4613 

© Feb. 12, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 28, 1919 ; 

E 446265 ; Edition des bons auteurs, 

Paris. 

Delieium eag ; by A. D. Grover [of U. 

S.] ; banjo, A and C notation. 4to 

(Odell edition, no. 25) [4614 

© Apr. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1919 ; 

E 445988 ; H. F. Odell & co., Boston. 

Democeacy ; words and music by N. V. 

Turner [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 

music co. [4615 

© Mar. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 

E 445900; N. V. Turner, New 

Smyrna, Fia. 

words by F. K. Tomer, music by 

Artie Bowers [of U. S.] New York, 
Authors & composers service co. 

[4616 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443641; 
F. K. Tomer, Pittsburgh. 



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Democracy — Continued. 

words by F. L. Hanson, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4617 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1919; E 445153; 
Frank L. Hanson, Butte, Mont. 

• words by Joseph Dutton, music by 

Harold Jarvis [of U. S.] [4618 

© Mar. 1, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 3,. 1919; 
E 444632 ; Harry J. Lincoln music 
co., Philadelphia. 

Democracy and liberty ; words by 
Robert James Brennen, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music co. [4619 

© Jan. 15, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444791 ; Robert James Brennen, 
Muscle Shoals, Ala. 

Democracy triumphant; words by L. 
G. Alexander, music by Geo. E. John- 
son [of U. S.] Washington, D. C, 
George Edgar Johnson. [4620 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445810 ; Lewis G. Alexander, Wash- 
ington. 

Destiny; poem by Edwin Arnold, mu- 
sic by Bryceson Treharne [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at New York] 

[4621 
© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 445008; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

Dice (The) or life; words and music 
by J. H. Murray [of U. S.] [4622 

© Mar. 6, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1919 ; 
E 448029; James H. Murray, Phila- 
delphia. 

Dickie bird ; words and music by J. 

Collins [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 

music co. [4623 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 

E 445942 ; Jay Collins, Alameda, Cal. 

Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel ; part- 
song, words from a negro spiritual, 
music arr. by Alexander Russell [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. (Negro 
spirituals, no. 4623) [4624 

© Apr. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1919 ; 
E 445958; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Dint' 'a varca ; versi di Nello de Lutio, 
musica di E. A. Mario [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Svo. (Piedigrotta 1918, 
no. 634) [4625 

© Sept. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
E 446007 ; E. A. Mario, Naples. 

Diplomatic dame ; polka, by C. Woess 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [4626 

© 1 c. Apr. 9; 1919 ; E 450041 ; Carl 
Woess, New York. 



~ Disbanding; words by A. W. Mackay, 
melody by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[4627 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1919; E 445729; 
Anna W. Mackay, Chicago. 

Distant horns. See Matthay (To- 
bias) Five cameos for miniature 
players. 

Dixie (A) girl for me; words by R. L. 

Spivey, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [4628 

© 1 c. Mar. 20. 1919; E 443540; 

Ruth Lee Spivey, Hertford, N. C. 

Dixie is Dixie once more; words by 
Wm. Tracey, music by Maceo Pink- 
ard [of U. S.] [4629 

© Apr. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 
E 445855; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Djinns (The) ; symphonic poem, by 
Cesar Francke, ed. and fingered by 
Edwin Hughes [of U. S.] ; piano, or- 
chestral ace. arr. for second piano. 
( Schirmer's library, v. 1383) [4630 
© Apr. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1919 ; 
E 445985; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

DO I HAVE TO LOSE YOU, DARLING? WOrdS 

and music by O. E. Hornburg [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[4631 
© Mar. 6. 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1919 ; 
E 443287 ; Otto E. Hornburg, Staple- 
hurst, Neb. 

DO YOU KNOW WHAT I'D DO IF I DARED ; 

words and music by Lillian M. Child- 

ers [of U. S.] [4632 

© Apr. 1, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1919 ; 

E 445890 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

Do your bit and cheer ; words by W. 
W. Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] T4633 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919; E 445608; 
W. W. Smith, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Does your mother know you're out 
mademoiselle; words and music by 
James F. Hanley [of U. S.], arr. by 
Eugene Platzmann [of U. S..] [4634 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1919; E 443968; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Dolci ricordi; mazurka, by Giovanni 
Del Colle [of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; clarinet in B flat. 

[4635 

' © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443921; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 



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4653 



Dolly's dance ; song without words, 
by Herbert Ralph Ward [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Five miniatures, no. 16170) 

[463U 
© Mar. 18, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1919; E 443453; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dolly's doll; words and melody by 

F. N. Dodd [of U. S.L arr. by H. A. 

Powell [of U. S.] [4637 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1919; E 445888; 

Frank N. Dodd, Alameda, Cal. 

Domino eose; valse intermezzo, by 
Carl Bohm, op. 372, no. 4, arr. by 
Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[4638 
© Feb. 17, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1919; E 443381; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Sextette; from 
Lucia di Lammermoor, by Donizetti, 
arr. by A. Viano [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4639 

© Mar. 18, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 22, 

1919; E 443603; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Don't be so shy my darling; words 
by Mrs. Francis Kirchner, music by 
Harold Dixon [of U. S.] [4640 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1919 ; E 445521 ; Dixon-Lane pub. co., 
St. Louis. 

Don't break your heart over me; 
words by Bernie Grossman, music 
bv Ray Lawrence and Arthur Lange 
[of U. S.] [4641 

© Mar. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1919 ; 
E 443202 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

Don't buy an automobile; words by 
W. H. Law, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4642 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445373; 
W. H. Law, Clear Lake, la. 

Don't call them Sammies, call them 
good straight Yanks ; words and 
music by H. L. Broughton [of U. S.] 

[4643 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1919; E 443201; 
Horace L. Broughton, Marblehead, 
Mass. 

Don't forget me if I shouldn't hap- 
pen to come home ; words and music 
by M. E. Lane [of U. S.] [4644 

© Apr. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1919 ; 
E 445833; Mary E. Lane, Green- 
castle, Ind. 



Don't forget the mother who is 
waiting home in vain ; words and 
music by M. J. Callahan [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [4645 

© Feb. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1919 ; 
E 444278 ; Martha J. Callahan, Nut- 
ley, N. J. 

Don't forget the Salvation army; 

words by Jimmie Lucas, music by 

Billy Frish [of U. S.] [4646 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1919; E 443615; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

Don't greet me with tears ; words by 
E. Nowak, music by Artie Bowers 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [4647 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1919; E 443635; 
Edward Nowak, Buffalo. 

Don't leave me now ; words by B. A. 

Foster, music by J. E. Andino [of 

U. S.] [4648 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1919; E 445784; 

Betsy W. Foster, Detroit. 

Don't marry your sweetheart; lyric 
by R. Galehouse, music by Roy Hart- 
zell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of U. 
S.] Washington, D. C, Howard mu- 
sic co. [4649 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 
E 445745; Reine Galehouse, Flint, 
Mich. 

Don't tell your monkey man ; words 
and music by Lukie Johnson [of 
U. S.] [4650 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443811; Williams & Piron, 
Chicago. 

Don't you ever take a preachin' 

man ; words and music by Ben J. 

Bradley [of U. S.] [4651 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1919; E 443600; 

Bradley & Crocker, Franklin, Ky. 

Dopo il baccio ; polka, by C. Woess [of 
U. S.], arr. by Paul Bolognese [of 
U. S.] ; clarinet, 1 & 2 mand., guit. 
and basso. [4652 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443580; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Doppo n'anno (After one year) ; words 

by G. A. Siragusa, music by Philip 

Siragusa [of Italy] [4653 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1919; E 448087; 

G. A. Siragusa, Van Nest, N. Y. 

Doppo o' matrimonio ; versi di Giu- 
seppe Scotto di Carlo, musica di Gen- 
naro Quaranta [of Italy, domiciled 
at New York] ; mand. ace. Brook- 



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Doppo o' matrimonio — Continued, 
lyn, N. Y., G. Leone. 4to. (Prima 
edizione, no. 2) [4654 

© Dec. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 445123; Alfredo Bascetta, Brook- 
lyn. 

Dot t ble (The) sukpkise; Christmas 
cantata, book by Ella Gardinor Rich- 
dale, poems and music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] 8vo. [4655 

i© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448040; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 
Doughboy Jack and doughnut Jill; 
words by Marcus C. Connelly, music 
by Gitz Rice [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at New York] [4656 
© Mar. 13, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1919; E 445189; Henry Burr music 
Corp., New York. 
Doughboy (The) march; by E. W. 
Berry [of U. S.] ; military band. 4to. 

[4657 
© Apr. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1919 ; 
E 450085 ; George Southwell pub. co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Doughboys (The) ; words by F. E. 
Palmer, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4658 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919; E 444976; 
Fred E. Palmer, New York. 
Doughboy's (A) deeam ; based upon 
• the bugle call tattoo, comp. and arr. 
by H. Sanford [of U. S.] ; 4 trumpets. 

[4659 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1919; E 443977; 
Harold Sanford, New York. 
Down abound the river, at the Dixie 
jubilee ; words by Jack Yellen, mel- 
ody by Melville Morris [of U. S.] 

[4660 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1919; E 445723; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Down by the garden gate ; words and 
melody by R. J. McCoy [of U. S.] 

[4661 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1919; E 445884; 

Richard J. McCoy, Boston. 

Down by the meadow brook; waltz, 

by Pete Wendling [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4662 

© Mar. 27, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 28. 

1919 ; E 443748 ; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. 

Down by the salley gardens ; words 

by W. B. Yeats, music by Martin 

Shaw [of Great Britain] (Curwen's 

edition, no. 2133) [4663 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1919 ; 

E 435931; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 

London. 



Down by the sea; words by George 
O'Connell, music by H. T. Burleigh 
[of U. S.] 1. High voice.— 2. Low 
voice. [4664, 4665 

© Feb. 26, 1919 ; 2 c. each Feb. 28, 
1919 ; E 444646, 444647 ; G. Ricordi & 
co., New York. 

Down in New Orleans ; w T ords and 
melody by J. F. Weber and E. R. 
Heck [of U. S.], arr. by E. R. Heck. 

[4666 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 443011; 
Jos. F. Weber and Ernest R. Heck, 
Scranton, Pa. 

Down in Virginia where the peanuts 
grow ; words by E. M. Cogle, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4667 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1919; E 444986; 
E. M. Cogle, Camp Eustis, Va. 

Down Manila Bay ; words and melody 
by A. H. Montgomery [of U. S.] 

[4668 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1919; E 443322; 
Augustus H. Montgomery, Bucyrus, 
O. 

Down the boreen ; Irish folk song, 
words from Songs of Leinster by W. 
M. Letts, music by C. Alison-Cromp- 
ton [of Great Britain] [4669 

© Feb. 25, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1919; E 446137; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Down the line march ; by Chas. 
Southwell [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [4670 

© Apr. 8, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1919 ; 
E. 450084; George Southwell pub. co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Down where I kissed her good-bye 
long ago; words and music by C. 
Worth Moore and H. Winfred Rene 
[of U. S.], arr. by A.'F. Sweeney and 
Andrew D. Barnes. [4671 

© Mar. 7, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1919 ; 
E 444906 ; C. W. Moore, U. S. S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Dramatic maestoso ; for heroic series, 
by Fred Luscomb [of U. S.] ; full 
orch. 4to. (Motion picture series, 
no. 59) [4672 

* © Feb. 14, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 
E 443364 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 



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no. 4, 1919 



4690' 



Dream (A) ; words by Hope Osgood 
[pseud, of B. M. Knapp], music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music co. [4673 

© Dec. 13. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1919 ; 
E 445015; Bertha M. Knapp, Hart- 
ford. 

Dream flowers ; lullaby, poem by Elsie 
Duncan Yale, music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] ; alto. [4674 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1919 ; 
E 448046; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Dream (A) or Christmas ; words from 
Mary Segar's Medieval anthology, 
music by G. T. Hoist [of Great Brit- 
ain] 4to. (Curwen's edition, no. 
71517) [4675 

© Mar. 20, 1919; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 446255; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Dream of love ; waltz, by A. Magnani 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 4to. [4676 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1919; E 445423; 
Alexander Magnani, New York. 

Dream (The) of my heart; words by 
K. Hamilton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4677 
© 1 c. Mar 12, 1919; E 444984; 
Katherine Hamilton, Haclden Height, 
N. J. 

Dream of the battlefield ; lyric by 
W. J. Nichols, music by Roy Hart- 
zell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley, of 
U. S.] Washington, D. C, Publish- 
ers' service bureau. [4678 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 11, 1919 ; 
E 450059; Wm. J. Nichols, Oly- 
phant, Pa. 

Dream-romance ; by H. Baynton-Power 
[of England] ; piano. [4679 

© Mar. 22. 1919; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1919 ; E 446356 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Dreamer (The) ; words by Anna Bird 
Stewart, music by Harold Vincent 
Milligp.n [of U. S.] ; sop. or ten., 
mezzo sop. or bar. (A lute of love, 
no. 5.) [4680 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1919 ; 
E 443182; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Dreaming; words and music by A. B. 
Craig [of U. S.] New York, Au- 
thors & composers service co. [46S1 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1919; E 443988; 
Annie Brandon Craig, Nashville. 



Dreaming — Continued. 

words by H. E. Kipp, music bv Rov 

Hartzell [pseud, of G. W. Ashley [of 
U. S.] Washington, D. C, Howard 
music co. [4682 

© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1919 ; 
E 445757; Harry E. Kipp, Burn- 
ham, Pa. 

Dreaming of you ; words by F. M. Har- 
rison, music by Edward Hesselberg 
[of U. S.] [4683 

© Mar. 15, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443727; Florence M. Har- 
rison, Chatham, Canada. 

Dreaming underneath the maple's 
shade ; words by A. Chicquette, mu- 
sic by Franz Landes [of U. S.] 

[4684 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1919; E 443692; 
Anna Chicquette, Red Wing, Minn. 

Dreams ; words and melody by J. Fink 
and M. Thompson [of U. S.] [4685 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1919; E 443215; 
Johnny Fink & Moe Thompson, Min- 
neapolis. 

Dreams from childhood ; words and 
music by W. J. Sornberger [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [4686 

© Mar. 28, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 7. 1919 ; 
E 445930 ; Will J. Sornberger, Water- 
loo, la. 

Dreams of Poland ; obereck, by C 
Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [4687 

© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1919; E 450035; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Dreamy dreams ; words by M. M. 
Thomas, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4688 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1919; E 445964; 
Michael M. Thomas, Mt. Olive, 111. 

Dreamy Philadelphia waltz ; by 
Billy James [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4689 
© Dec. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1919 ; 
E 442881 ; United music stores, Phila- 
delphia. 

Drink to me only with thine eyes ; 
four-part song, words by Ben Jon- 
son, music an old English air, arr. 
by Christopher O'Hare [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. (The Franklin 
edition of well known songs, no. 
113) [4690 

© Mar. 22, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1919; E 443776; John Franklin mu- 
sic co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new arrangement] 



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4691 



pt. in, n. s., v. 14 



Driving to the blacksmith ; by Mar- 
garet Ruthven Lang [of U. S.] 
op. 59; piano. (One summer day, 
no. 16047) [4691 

© Mar. 5, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1919; E 443240; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Drowsy dream town ; words and medo- 
dy by J. F. Weber and E. R. Heck 
[of U. S.], arr. by E. R. Heck. 

[4692 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1919; E 443012; 
Jos. F. Weber and Ernest R. Heck, 
Scranton, Pa. 

Duetto; from The temple dancer, 
words by Jitta Bell-Ranske, music 
by J. A. Hugo [of U. S.] ; sop and ten. 

[4693 
© Feb. 10, 1919; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1919; E 443665; John Adam Hugo, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Dying (A) soldier's farewell; words 
by B. Oakley, music by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [4694 

© Mar. 29, 1919 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1919 ; 
E 443984; Bertha Oakley, Bradford, 
Pa. 

E ben altro il mio sogno. See Puc- 
cini (Giacomo) 

E lo mio damo; rispetto, musica di 
Mario Pieraccini [of Italy] (Im- 
pressioni campestri Toscane, no. 7) 

. [4695 
© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 446175 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

E uno, e due, e tre; stornello, musica 
di Mario Pieraccini [of Italy] (Im- 
pression! campestri Toscane, no. 4) 

[4696 
© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1919 ; 
E 446178 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Eagle of justice; words by W. Stap- 
per, music by Frank W. Ford [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors and com- 
posers service co. [4697 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1919; E 443512; 
William Stapper, Cibolo, Tex. 

Easter classics, no. 7 ; words by C. 
Austin Miles and others, music from 
the world's masterpieces, arr. by Al- 
fred Judson [of U. S.] 8vo. [4698 
© Mar. 10, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 
E 443832; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Easter (The) message; service for 
the Sunday school, words by various 
authors, music by S. W. Beazley, 
W. S. Martin, W. J. C. Thiel, H. E. 



Easter (The) message — Continued. 
Smith and G. F. Rosche [of U. S.], 
ed by G. F. Rosche. 8vo. [4699 

© Feb. 13, 1919 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
6, 1919; A 513400; Geo. F. Rosche, 
Chicago. 

words by Catherine Winkworth, 

tr. from an old Latin hymn, music by 
Lucien G. Chaffin [of U. S.] ; high 
in F. [4700 

© Mar. 5, 1919 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1919 ; 
E 445007 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Eastern dance. See Cox (Cynthia C.) 
Six little pieces. 

Easy trios; by S. Bellamy [of Great 
Britain] ; pf. (Berners edition, no. 
159) Contents: The merry spring- 
time. — The lake. — The little niggers. 

[4701 
© Feb. 25, 1919 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1919 ; 
E 435943 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Echo; words by Christina Georgina 

Rossetti, music by Bruno Huhn [of 

U. S.] ; high in F. [4702 

© Mar. 3, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1919 ; 

E 444997 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Echo of youth ; compiled by Ernst 
Luz [of U. S.] ; piano and orch. 

[4703 
© Mar. 20, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1919 ; 
E 443411 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Echoes in the valley ; by H. Baynton- 

Power [of England] ; piano. [4704 

© Mar. 22, 1919 ; 1 c. Mar. 29, 1919 ; 

E 446355 ; Joseph Henry Larway, 

London. 

Eclipse (The) self instructor; by 

Paul DeVille, arr. by Claude d'Al- 

bret [of U. S.] ; piano. [4705 

© Feb. 4, 1919 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1919 ; 

E 443346 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Egg (The) shell; words by Rudyard